Andrea Wistuba is a Usable Knowledge Associate on the Products & Capacity Building Team, where she handles research and creates rigorous educational resources that guide equitable educational school systems, practices, and designs.
Prior to joining Transcend, Andrea worked for five years as a 5th-12th grade history teacher with Success Academies Charter Schools in New York City. There, she worked as a Content Lead for History where she supported the curation of curriculum and instruction, led professional development sessions on equitable student-centered pedagogy, and supported student advocacy and empowerment in Middle and High School settings.
Andrea holds a BA with Honors from Brown University in Sociology, with a focus on Education Studies, and an MA from Columbia University’s Teachers College in Education Policy and Social Analysis. She is from Santiago, Chile, but currently enjoys living in New York City.
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Transcend’s Leaps for Equitable, 21st-Century Learning describes the key ways we believe the student experience must change so that schools can prepare all young people to thrive in and transform the world.
Transform Learning with Community-Based Design
Community-based design is a collaborative and local process that brings together young people, educators, administrators, caregivers, and experts to redesign learning. It goes beyond traditional school improvement initiatives by involving the entire community in reshaping the purpose and design of education.