Transforming Learning Spaces and Students in the Process

Pam Moran and Ira Socol with Chance Dickerson, Kolion Troche

In this episode we explore a story of how transforming a learning space transformed students’ lives.

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July 18, 2015
Episode Guests
Chance Dickerson was raised in Albemarle County, Virginia. He’s spent his life learning a variety of art forms from painting to building to making music, the process of which has landed me in a position to influence youth and learn from their experiences. Kolion Troche is from Brooklyn, New York. Originally a student at Monticello High School, after overcoming legal adversity and several transitions to different school systems, he found a home here at Albemarle High School and has been a key figure in the development of the innovative A3House recording studio. After reinventing himself as a role model for his peers, Kolion created his own trajectory towards being a positive influence in his school. He loves writing/recording music, dancing, performing, and encouraging teens to follow their dreams.
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