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Transformative Learning Experiences with Kyle Wagner is a show created for DISRUPTORS and INNOVATIVE EDUCATORS looking to create more socially, globally, emotionally aware citizens and student-centered classrooms through transformative project- based learning experiences. Through 1:1 interviews, Kyle dissects learning experiences from EDNOVATORS just like you, and unpacks the simple strategies and structures that allowed them to happen. To date, over 1,000 classrooms have been transformed through 1,000 + learning experiences.


Sep 29, 2021

How do we move from teacher- led learning to facilitated and learner-led environments?

Luna Rey, a former High Tech High School student and now project- based teacher working with low income, at-risk youth, shares the transformation we can experience when we are willing to LET GO.

Through the retelling of her personal...

Sep 21, 2021

Matt Neylon, Director of Visual and Performing Arts at Mount Vernon High School has students exhibiting beautiful, professional work on a weekly basis.

From partnering students with prominent businesses like Porsche, to exhibiting their work in professional art galas downtown, Matt is an expert at curating the process...

Sep 14, 2021

You know that 'buzz' you hear when you walk into a high-functioning classroom, with students moving and working seamlessly from task to task in project groups? In Kristin Damburger's classroom, you hear that buzz a lot.

In this short interview, with Kristin Damberger, Learning Coach at the International School Nido de...

Sep 8, 2021

What if instead of demonstrating understanding through a worksheet or end of term exam, students produced beautiful, professional work for real clients, and exhibited it in the community?

This is what Alexa Lepp, a PBL and Technology coach gets elementary students to do on a regular basis. 

In our short interview, Alexa...

Sep 1, 2021

How do you help students reflect as much on process as they do product in project-based experiences?

In this interview with Alfie Chung, leader of the social innovation design unit at PolyU in Hong Kong, we explore how to create a culture of continual reflection and feedback. Using a simple, repeatable process, Alfie...