Angela Kyle

Contributing Faculty
Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership
B.S. Child Development

Dr. Angela Kyle has 20 years of classroom teaching experience at the elementary and middle school levels. She currently serves as a middle school science and STEM teacher and has developed STEM courses and programs in her school district. She earned her Doctor of Education degree with a concentration in Innovative Teaching and Learning from Northeastern University in 2023. She joined the Walden community as a part-time faculty member in 2023. Dr. Kyle’s research involves developing innovative STEM opportunities for students in the K-12 school system with a goal of increasing diversity in STEM fields. Her work centers around the idea that the education system should teach students how to be critical thinkers and problem solvers and how their learning connects to the world. She recently presented her research to teachers and administrators at a Washington State STEM Summit.

Courses Taught

SCIE 6661 - Exploring the Physical World


BA, Western Washington University

MEd, Antioch University

EdD, Northeastern University


Kyle, A. (2023). Community Connections: The Key to Breaking Barriers in STEM. NCESD