Join Us as Chicagoland Returns for the Second Year of this Hands-On Festival for the Future of Work and Learning!
Remake Learning Days - CHI
Remake Learning Days CHI powered by Mayor Lightfoot’s My CHI. My Future returns for the second year for this hands-on festival for the future of work and learning.
The Chicago Learning Exchange (CLX), Local Lead Partners—WTTW Kids, Project Exploration, Chicago Public Schools Family and Community Engagement, Chicago Park District—and Event Hosts will turn Chicago into an open house learning laboratory online and in-person. We will feature fun and free events for youth of all ages at which families will experience making, new technology, art workshops, science experiments, student films, outdoor learning and more!
For more information on how to find events, check out the My Chi. My Future website which will be the local hub for participants to add and find events.
Remake Learning Days CHI will be focused on our region but connected to a national conversation with partners like Remake Learning Network, PBS KIDS and Digital Promise, Common Sense, Leading Heroes, and Noggin. Thank you to our inaugural Event Hosts—without your year around work Remake Learning Days CHI would not be possible.
Special thanks to our generous supporters for 2021! We are incredibly grateful to the leadership of the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation; Changemaking of The Chicago Community Trust; Innovation of ArcelorMittal, The Field Foundation of Illinois, H.B. Fuller; Maker support of the Robert R. McCormick Foundation.
2019 CLX Remake Learning Days
Remake Learning Days CHI (RLD CHI)—Chicago’s learning festival— is back on for May 13-16. We want to feature what you do!
The spirit of RLD CHI is to connect families to 21st century holistic learning opportunities and resources, and we know it’s needed now more than ever. Join us in showcasing the work you all do year-round by plugging in and becoming an event host!
- Step 1: Review Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- Step 2: Brainstorm your event or events;
- Step 3: Complete the RLD CHI event form on MY CHI. My Future linked here by March 16
CLX is proud to offer modest micro-stipends to the first 100 organizations who meet the event funding criteria mentioned in the RLD Chi Event Google form.
Still not sure or need more support?
Mark your calendar for information sessions laid out in the Save the Date. You’ll find them linked below as well.
Outside of our Community Meetups, you can find all things Remake Learning Days CHI via the following events:
- MAR 29 @ 9-11 Design for Equity: Structuring Your RLD CHI Event
- APR 5 @ 9-11 How to Brand + Outreach
- Office Hours
- Office Hours w/ Kiara Hardin, Program Associate
- Every First and Third Friday
- Scheduled through calendly
Thank You for showcasing your work and connecting learners!
Chicago Learning Exchange
The Chicago Learning Exchange (CLX) is a nonprofit organization that works with a growing community of over 200+ youth-serving organizations, cultural institutions, city agencies, employers, and universities to remake learning in Chicago so it’s driven by learners’ interests, enhanced by technology, and connected to opportunity.
WTTW is the PBS member station in Chicago, committed to creating and presenting unique media content across distinct television and digital channels – WTTW, WTTW Prime, WTTW Create, WTTW World, WTTW PBS Kids 24/7, wttw.com, and the PBS/WTTW video app. Recognized for award-winning journalism and local productions – such as CHICAGO TONIGHT, BLACK VOICES, LATINO VOICES, THE GREAT CHICAGO FIRE, CHICAGO FROM THE AIR, CHICAGO BY ‘L’, CHECK, PLEASE!; digital-first series FIRSTHAND, URBAN NATURE, and FOODPHILES; and national productions PREHISTORIC ROAD TRIP and NATURE CAT – WTTW presents the very best in public affairs, arts and culture, nature and science, history and documentary, and children’s public media content. Connect with WTTW on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
Project Exploration creates transformative learning opportunities for children underrepresented in the sciences, particularly students of color and girls by convening stakeholders in Chicago’s STEM ecosystem through the Chicago STEM Pathways Cooperative to address inequities in the STEM learning continuum by facilitating cross-sector knowledge building, collaboration, and collective action.
My Chi. My Future.
My Chi. My Future. is on a mission is to connect every young person in Chicago to meaningful out-of-school time opportunities offered in our city, through a digital platform.