Remake Learning Days - Washington DC, MD, VA
Remake Learning Days is Back in the DMV!
Wonder, Learn, and Explore Together!
Join in with families and educators across the DMV from May 14-22, 2022 to experience innovative, exciting, hands-on activities for your family.
Parents! – Choose from over 50 events in the DMV to explore with your family all around the DC, MD, VA region where kids can tinker, wonder, and learn together.
Educators! Explore new ways to bring creative, relevant, engaging, and equitable learning experiences to your classroom and participate in professional development events.
Organizations! Showcase engaging events at your location during the festival time frame to help bring attention to all that is available in our region for our youth, parents, and educators to remake education. How To Host An Event in the DMV.
Remake Learning Days Across America (RLDAA) is a national festival of innovative, hands-on learning experiences for kids, families, and educators. Here in the Washington, DC, Maryland, and Virginia (DMV) region and across the country, the festival provides opportunities for youth to develop their sense of creativity, perseverance, and curiosity and for educators to experience new teaching methods and opportunities for professional development. The festival events are hosted by local organizations in the community at their venue (or virtual). The festival focuses on engaging communities that are often overlooked or underserved, and celebrates innovation in learning in key theme areas:
Here’s what people said about their participation in Remake Learning Days DMV 2021:
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“Participating in RLDAA-DMV helped connect us to a wider community of educators as well as to elevate and promote our teacher and multigenerational programs.”
Adrienne Gayoso, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Event Host (nmwa.org)
“I saw the projects the children did … they were able to express their thinking (and) invent and create things in order to change the world in a positive way.”
Meet KID Museum, the Remake Learning Days DMV 2022 Regional Lead
KID Museum is a pioneering experiential museum and the region’s largest educational makerspace. We envision a bold future where there are pathways for every young person to engage in the hands-on, transformational learning and exploration that unlocks new opportunities and develops the skills they need to invent the future.
“We are proud to be a part of the national conversation on how innovative learning experiences unlock the potential for all children to change our world and invent the future. At KID Museum, we live and breathe our maker spirit. We are makers collaborating to bring our community together to improve access to innovative, hands-on learning experiences for all kids, reaching deeper into the areas that need access the most.”
Cara Lesser, Founder and Executive Director, KID Museum
Hear the RLDAA story!
KID Museum – On what it takes to Rebound, Rebuild and Remake
The Remake Learning Days 2021 festival galvanized our DMV community to come together to address how we must not only rebound from the pandemic but rebuild and remake educational experiences. KID Museum presented a discussion of educational innovations for a post-Covid world with Gregg Behr and Dr. Shanika Hope, the first in our series of engaging conversations with cutting-edge leaders in the field.
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DC-Maryland-Virginia: Promoting civic agency in the early years
For Children Are Citizens, early childhood and early elementary school teachers partner with local cultural institutions to develop and enrich a curriculum focused on children’s ideas about making their city a better place.
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KID Museum is honored to collaborate and lead Remake Learning Days for the DMV.
KID Museum gives kids access to real tools and challenges them to address real-world problems with imagination and heart, empowering them to become creative problem-solvers and changemakers. Our dynamic programs serve kids ages 4 to 18 from all backgrounds and abilities, so the next generation of innovators reflects our diverse community.