Learner-Centered Environments 12 Shifts Scorecard

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Dear learner-centered practitioner,

This 12 shifts scorecard is based on 15+ years of teaching and leading project-based experiences in some of the most world renowned ‘learner-centered’ schools, including High Tech High. It will help you identify areas of strength, and target specific ways to build more reflective, empowered, self-directed 21st century learners. Thank you for your commitment to creating a more learner-centered classroom.

Your [co] learning experience designer,

Kyle Wagner












Kyle’s Bio

Kyle Wagner is the founder and lead consultant for Transform Educational Consulting, an organization that empowers forward thinking schools to grow and develop 21st century learners.

His work with project- based learning and design thinking experiences spans 12 years, three continents and over 15 schools. He has worked with successful public, charter and international schools in the Asia region including ESF, YCIS, IMS and ISB, HARBOUR SCHOOL and VTC. He is the former Coordinator of Futures Academy at the International School of Beijing, a program that uses interdisciplinary project- based learning to connect students to their passions and the world outside of school. His book “The Power of SIMPLE” documents this experience and helps provide simple, research- based strategies for developing students as 21st century problem solvers.

Kyle is also a former educator and project leader at High Tech High, the famous project-based learning school featured on the hit documentary “Most Likely to Succeed.” He holds a M.Ed. (Masters Degree) in Teacher Leadership with a thesis that focuses on developing democratic classrooms and distributed leadership models. When not writing or teaching, he is performing with his original band, participating in karaoke contests and traveling the world with his partner. He currently resides in Hong Kong where he spends time developing schools of the future while helping other school leaders build theirs.