Remake Learning in the Pittsburgh region

The Remake Learning network connects K-12, industry, nonprofits, and cultural centers to ignite engaging, relevant, and equitable learning practices in support of young people navigating rapid social and technological change.

Bourn Idea Lab

The Bourn Idea Lab at Castilleja School integrates making into the curriculum in 6-12th grades and provides opportunities for students to make during clubs and out of school time.

Maker Camp in POUSD

The Piner-Olivet Union School District sponsors a Maker Camp for students in grades 2-6.

Maker learning in Sonoma County

This case study highlights the growth of Sonoma County’s maker educator network by identifying key stakeholders and pivotal moments of opportunity and partnership, rapidly scaling maker-centered learning throughout the county.

Mountain View Elementary School Makerspaces

Mountain View Elementary School uses four hubs throughout the school building to integrate making, creativity, and design into the curriculum.

Columbia Public Schools STEAM Bus

Mobile STEAM facility that visits schools during-the-school-day and checks out kits for independent use.

Think Make Create Lab

The Think Make Create (TMC) Lab is a unique mobile maker platform specifically designed to meet Nebraska’s rural Expanded Learning Opportunity programs.

MRU Library Makerspace

Mill River Union High School’s library has a makerspace with tools and materials available to students any time the library is open.

Brady Fab Lab

The Brady Fab Lab is a collaborative space that promotes deeper learning and empowers students, staff, and community members to innovate, share, and make (almost) anything.

Cleveland’s Mobile Fab Lab

The Mobile Fab Lab is one of MC2 STEM High School‘s four Fab Labs. The Mobile Fab Lab is a 28-foot long trailer full of MakerEd and Fabrication tools including 3D printers, laser cutters, a vinyl cutter, a ShopBot and electronics equipment.