- Case Study (45 minutes).
- Scrum in Education.
- Beginner (Shu) Practitioners.
The purpose of this presentation is to share with you my own Agile journey towards my transformation as an Education professional.
Both Agile Education and eduScrum imply several successful theories in Education: collaborative work, the student at the center of his/her own learning, positive reinforcement and the importance of visual thinking and learning.
This session will be a mix of photos, citations from some Education theories and my own first-hand testimonial: you will find that Agile practices transform the classroom into a very interesting and productive environment
At the end of the session I will be available for questions regarding the methods used and other Agile practices that facilitate the learning process.
This case study aims to show you the changes due to, and towards, an Agile Education:
- Examples of both students and teacher’s changes due to educational principles described above.
- The practices used and the transformations occurred within the classroom that promoted positive changes in my career as a professional.
- The union of principles that are not mutually exclusive, but add up, resulting in collaborative, supportive and interested children, professionals, stakeholders and citizens, growing in interdependence after each project developed.