On December 7th, the Woodland Hills Junior-Senior High School showcased our innovative  projects at the Remake Learning Network Assembly.   Schools from across southwestern Pennsylvania and northern West Virginia gathered at the CCAC Northside Campus to discuss their innovations over the past year.

As a recipient of a Great Remake grant, the Woodland Hills Junior-Senior High School was on hand to share some of the work that took place in 2018.  Reprsenting WHJSHS were technology integrators Jason Coleman and Justin Rodrigues and library/media specialist Kevin McGuire.

To review some of the projects they showcased: CLICK HERE

Remake Learning originated in response to the emerging reality that youth in the digital age are pursuing knowledge, developing their identities, and seeking support differently. Acknowledging the significance of this shift, the founding members of the Remake Learning Network sought to help educators in- and out-of-school connect with today’s youth and develop learning experiences that engage them deeply and equip them with knowledge and skills that are relevant to the world in which they now live.



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