Disrupt Education

70 EpisodesProduced by Disrupt Education

Disrupt Education founder Peter Hostrawser talks with those who do education in non-traditional ways.

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Look for knowledge in everything you do.

August 19th, 2018

Valparaiso University student athlete Emily Richardson talks about her journey being an athlete, a student and now training to become a teacher. Her stories along the way play a huge role in her learning life.

30% of those classes in high school you will never use again

August 16th, 2018

University of Wyoming student athlete Jahmari Moore shares his lens growing up and learning in three very different environments his insight on how he taught himself to interact with people not like him made him a strong…

Students need to shift mindsets to high performance

August 13th, 2018

Dr. Peter James is not your typical college professor. He teaches business and entrepreneurship and is a business consultant and coach. Dr. James does not look at traditional education as the answer to an ever changing w…

How the INCubatoredu launched a high school entrepreneur

August 10th, 2018

Connor Boundy takes us through his path participating in the INCubatoredu course in high school and how it helped him see authentic learning in and out of college. Now he is launching TMR technology which is a bus tracki…

Why wait until college to explore your interests?

August 9th, 2018

Coral Lee talks about his family business, grind, becoming an entrepreneur in his educational journey. Carl explains the importance of showing what you can do in projects and creating actually have something to present t…

Being told what to do for 11 years is not good in education

August 8th, 2018

Jake Fine talks about his work ethic in an out dated educational system. Explains his journey as a high school student and a Vlogger who has very high expectations of himself.

High schools should have more fluid learning environments.

August 7th, 2018

Gil Lemar talks about his high school journey and how most of the traditional structures didn’t work for him and many others.

Give a platform in schools for students to be heard

August 6th, 2018

Cynthia Martz talks about her expertise in restorative justice and the theater. Hear her journey and how she would change the narrative on students and give them more voice in traditional systems.

The numbers game stifles kids passion about education

August 4th, 2018

Once a thriving basketball player during her educational path, Lyneice gave it all up to learn more about herself. Now on the verge of her first book being published she talks about how she learned from her experiences t…

College degrees are not always what they seem.

August 3rd, 2018

Brian Branand and Cullen Benson talk about their journey into being filmmakers at Deaf and Blind Video. Their path into college was not what they expected.
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