WHAT ARE REMAKE LEARNING DAYS?
Remake Learning Days (RLD) is an innovative learning festival for students, families, and educators! Event hosts create and facilitate hands-on and engaging events for kids of all ages—virtually AND at libraries, schools, tech centers, museums, play spaces, community centers and more. This year, RLD occurs from May 4 – 23. Here’s a quick, 4-minute video to check out.
For more information, please contact Kammas Kersch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hosting an event is easy! First, identify the theme that best suits you and your organization. Then, consider your audience: events can be geared to particular grade level(s) or general all-ages sessions. Host virtually or in-person, during the school day or in the evening. The goal is to engage students in learning, and as long as your themed event is hosted during the festival dates, the rest is up to you
Once you design an event, we will add it to, and promote it on, the Remake Learning website. So, check out the video and the website. If you’re interested and eager, submit an event now!
We will be hosting two upcoming Host Q&A sessions!
Tuesday, January 31 from 2-3pm via Zoom. Click here to register!
Friday, February 10 from 11am-12pm via Zoom. Click here to register!
REMAKE LEARNING DAYS SOUTHEASTERN PA
South Eastern PA Remake Learning is pleased to present this mini-grant opportunity for organizations looking to host an event for the 2023 Remake Learning Days festival!
Mini-grants of UP TO $400 are available to individual applicants and joint grants are available for UP TO $800. The mini-grant application are due by 11:59pm on March 1, 2023. Grantees will be announced on April 1, 2023.
You must have already submitted your event to RemakeLearningDays.org for the Southeastern, PA region
Your event must take place virtually or face to face for attendees in Berks, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and/or Philadelphia Counties
Your event must take place between May 4 and May 23, 2023
Following Remake Learning's Equity Pillars, we will prioritize mini-grants to event hosts whose RLD event supports the following learners: (1) Learners in poverty, (2) Learners of color, (3) Learners in rural areas, (4) Girls in STEM and (5) Learners with disabilities.
All questions related to the Mini-Grant should be directed to Kammas Kersch at email@example.com.