September 26, 2019

SEL: The Importance of Strategy and Practice

Join Remake Learning, educators, researchers, and leaders across the Pittsburgh region in discussing the research, application, and benefits behind SEL in the classroom, out of school, and at home.


The event will feature keynote speakers Felicia Savage Friedman of YogaRoots on Location and Kevin McNair and his team from 1 Nation Mentoring (PGH). Attendees will choose two breakout sessions (one morning and one afternoon) to attend during registration. Each session has a maximum of 30 attendees. If the session you choose is full, you may be placed in another.

Breakfast and lunch provided.

Session Topics


To register, visit the Eventbrite page.


The bottom and top floors of the Education Partnership are not ADA approved. Please email if you have any questions, requests, or concerns regarding building access, general accessibility, or assistive devices and resources.

More Information

For more information, contact Remake Learning at

*Information provided by Remake Learning


June 11, 2018

Kindergarten: Here I Come

The transition to Kindergarten is a big step in the lives of young children and their families.

Join the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh on Saturday, August 11, 2018 for its 14th Annual Kindergarten: Here I Come! event from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Every child entering Kindergarten and one caregiver will receive free admission to the Museum that day. Activities and resources will be provided by staff and partners including Trying Together and Playful Pittsburgh Collaborative.

Registration is not required. To learn more visit or call 412.322.5058, x330.

For more information on Kindergarten transition best practices, read this white paper from Trying Together.

Learn more about area Kindergartens in Allegheny County and registration information at