Scrum@school for students - secondary education Ubbo Emmius
Scrum@school for students - secondary education Ubbo Emmius
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Companies all over the world use Scrum as a highly effective project management method. Agility, speed, quality and production are central in Scrum. Scrum@school is the educational version of Scrum. The focus is on teamwork, in-depth learning and personal development. Scrum@school makes education Agile and futureproof: Manifesto for Agile Education. and the Scrum@school guide

How it works:

  • students tackle their work in teams of 4
  • learning goals, criteria and deadlines are clear
  • the work is divided into short Sprints
  • after each Sprint, the teams deliver interim work, receive feedback
  • this is how they can always improve their work and way of working
  • each team has its own Scrum board to track their tasks and progress
  • students have influence along the way

Major benefits:

  • ownership and motivation
  • overview and structure
  • fair division of tasks, timely delivery
  • recurring reflections and improvements
  • time spent more effectively
  • students become more critical of their work and perform better
  • suitable for students at every level, for projects and subjects

Three-day course that will permanently change your way of teaching flyer.

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Scrum@school for professionals

Scrum was developed to bring major complex IT projects faster to a better end. In the IT industry, companies cannot afford to avoid scrumming. Also in other sectors, Scrum is rapidly rising Schools are discovering Scrum, too. Project teams, teacher teams and management teams work with Scrum@school. The method is used for large or small development projects: from complete new curricula to introductory programmes, from preparation of audits to designing new teaching materials.

Major benefits:

  • clear priorities and focus
  • time-consuming discussions and meetings belong to the past
  • roles and responsibilities are clear
  • teamwork becomes transparent
  • problems come to light quickly and can be easily solved
  • teams are happy to deliver more quality work in less time

What starts as a handy new method might just be the start of a transition to an Agile school. For more information mail