Scrum in the world of work, allows teams to self-organize around a common goal (Delivering a Product). Scrum in education is about getting kids to self organize in teams to learn and deliver their own school work. Kids who haven’t been molded for years by a traditional hierarchical control system seem like the perfect audience. They learn to be critical thinkers, question authority and explore.
- Adapting Scrum to Managing a Research Group
- Agile Based Learning: What Is It and How Can It Change Education?
- Agile Educator Guide
- Agile Research Consortium for Schools – a resource site focused on Agile Schools
- A view into the future – using Scrum as a teaching tool
- Agile in Education
- Agile Schools: How Technology Saves Education (Just Not the Way We Thought it Would) – Steve Peha
- Group Problem Solving and Challenge Based Learning
- Learning Sprint in an Agile Classroom
- Scrum Alliance Grandview Prep
- Scrum For Schools
- Scrum In Schools
- Scrum in Dutch Education
- The Hope School Agile Story (video) and their website: Blueprint
- Using Agile Approaches to Improve Teaching, Learning and Education in Developing Nations
- Using Scrum in the Classroom
Mark Levison has been helping Scrum teams and organizations with Agile, Scrum and Kanban style approaches since 2001. From certified scrum master training to custom Agile courses, he has helped well over 8,000 individuals, earning him respect and top rated reviews as one of the pioneers within the industry, as well as a raft of certifications from the ScrumAlliance. Mark has been a speaker at various Agile Conferences for more than 20 years, and is a published Scrum author with eBooks as well as articles on InfoQ.com, ScrumAlliance.org an AgileAlliance.org.
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