The Library is celebrating innovation and creativity through STEM programs during Remake Learning Days. Libraries and organizations throughout the Pittsburgh region are joining together to provide hands-on, innovative and exciting technology, as well as Maker and STEM programming for kids and their families. This week-long event from May 9-15 will celebrate the breadth and diversity of Pittsburgh’s commitment to innovative and engaging learning.
Pittsburgh has long been identified as one of the pioneers of innovative learning. With over 200 organizations, including Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, making up the Remake Learning Network, Pittsburgh and surrounding areas have been nationally recognized as being on the forefront in providing new ways for youth to learn, experiment and create. For more information about Southwest Pennsylvania’s commitment to finding new ways to engage and teach children and teens, check out the article about Remake Learning Days in Pittsburgh Today.
During Remake Learning Days, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh will be hosting STEM programs at nearly all Library locations throughout the city. Library programs include Maker, tech and iPad programs, science, bees and robotics.
For all Remake Learning events and activities, including activities hosted by the Library, visit the schedule on the Remake Learning Days site.
-by Caitie, CLP – Allegheny