Author of "The Epic Classroom" Project Based Learning Expert. Speaker. Storyteller.
Trevor Muir's Bio
I have seen time and time again a hidden brilliance in the students I encounter in my classroom. For too long this brilliance has been stifled by a system that represses creativity and innovation with rows, textbooks, and lectures. But I am part of a tribe of people working to unleash the potential of every student we encounter by rethinking and retooling what this system looks like.
I am a teacher.
That's why I teach students with project based learning. And give keynotes, workshops, and write about my work in the classroom and how effective authentic education can be. I recently presented a TED talk at Tedx San Antonio called "School Should Take Place in the Real World," and my spoken word poem was featured in the Huffington Post.
My beautiful bride is named Alli and we have a boy named Jack and little princess named Piper. Their favorite activities are pointing out rocks and riding our golden retriever Zeke.
School should not be boring. Life either.
Trevor's first passion is exciting students to become enthusiastic, engaged, and impassioned learners. His second love is inspiring others to do the same.
Using storytelling, giving examples from the classroom, and sharing proven and effective practices- Trevor inspires educators to lead a more compelling and engaging classroom. In the past few years, Trevor has given keynotes and workshops to a variety of educators across the country, including a TED Talk at TEDx San Antonio. Trevor offers the perspective of an author, spoken word poet, project based learning expert, and most importantly- a classroom teacher, to help teachers transform their classrooms and communities to reimagine their schools.