Welcome to the Remake Learning Network's Rural Communities Newsletter
|Sep 18||Public post|
October 9th, 11:30-1:00 PM. Morgantown, WV. Learn more and RSVP here.
Hello all and happy beginning stages of the Fall season! This is my absolute favorite time of year. As we enter October, please review the following Remake Learning shout-outs, events & opportunities (including the event above), as well as out-sourced articles & additional resources. Please be aware of rapidly approaching dates and deadlines!
Per usual, shout out to our latest rural network members:
Grove City Area School District, a small, rural district serving portions of Mercer County and working to implement several new STEAM programs
The Center, a nonprofit in Beaver County that offers an after school program, out-of-school learning opportunities, and family support programs
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Beaver County, nonprofit providing 1:1 mentoring in Beaver County
Bria Koch, elementary technology facilitator for Seneca Valley School District and adjunct education instructor at Duquesne University
Events & Opportunities
IU1 2019 Innovation Showcase—Oct 1st
Connected Learning Summit—Oct 2nd-5th
2019 Maker Ed Convening—Oct 12th-13th
Science and Engineering Workshop: Clean Energy—Oct 15th-16th
CSforAll Summit—Oct 21st-23rd
2019 National Forum to Advance Rural Education—Oct 24th-26th
See more on our Rural Communities page.
Interested in hosting a meetup or showcasing your work with a Lunch and Learn? Hosting a convening or event of your own and want to learn more about an event sponsorship? Please email me!
Articles & Additional Resources
Grant Opportunity: Grants for Early Career Educators to Lead a Project Oct 9th Proposals Deadline
I hope to see you at some of these events! As always, please share with me your innovative and equitable practices via email, through the Remake Learning blog, or by tweeting with #RemakeRural and #RemakeLearning.
Until next time!
Rural Outreach Coordinator, Remake Learning Network
firstname.lastname@example.org | @AllieKMullins