Andrew Robinson is a designer and artist of learning environments. He is a champion of what he calls Relational Literacy. Where two or more people gather there will be change and influence. Fostering positive change at this confluence is his primary mission.
Andrew is a sought-after speaker and trainer who has received enthusiastic reviews for his energetic and provocative presentations. His most recent projects, The 6 Teens Project, provide insight into how we can truly enhance the well-being of young people. Through his website, blog and podcasts, he advocates for creating positive change by availing ourselves of our creativity and compassion.
His interest in the dynamics of change and relationships led Andrew to pursue a master’s in education, with a marriage and family therapy specialization, at the University of Oregon. He earned his M.A. in 2001, and in the years following directed a youth development program which grew to reach more than 50,000 students annually. He is now honored to partner with groups from all parts of the U.S.
Areas of Expertise
Education & Psychology/Sociology, Training & Learning, Training and Education, Speaking and Training, Speaking and Writing, Writing - Creative Content, Teenagers, adolescent behavior, Adolescent Education, Brain Development
An idea worth spreading
Simplicity is the requisite for creativity.
I'm passionate about
Bringing creative approaches to relationships, health, and wellness. Making music. Running. Writing. Playing with my kids.
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Thoughtful, conversation-starting speaking addresses and workshops. Creative approaches to learning, engaging teens. Translating adolescent brain development into actionable learning methods.