Students of all ages and their families will enjoy fun, free events hosted throughout the community during the Remake Learning Days initiative May 6-15. Hosted virtually and at libraries, city recreation centers, schools and venues across the community, these events are designed to engage learners of all ages and their families in the wide diversity of enrichment programming available throughout the community.
Families, educators and students are encouraged to visit remakelearningdays.org to explore the wide array of events available. Hosted virtually and in person this year, event themes include art, maker, outdoor learning, science, technology and youth voice. Some of this year’s events include coding, gardening, learning about bees, augmented reality adventures and more.
Remake Learning Days Across America is led by Remake Learning, a network that ignites engaging, relevant, and equitable learning practices in support of young people navigating rapid social and technological change. National partners of RLDAA include PBS Kids, Digital Promise, Common Sense Media, Learning Heroes and Noggin. RLDAA is supported by The Grable Foundation, The Hewlett Foundation, Schmidt Futures Carnegie Corporation of New York and Ford Foundation.
For more information specifically on Remake Learning Days Across America, visit remakelearningdays.org or follow RLDAA on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and the hashtag #RemakeDays.