The Agile Educator: Start-Stop-Continue

It’s no secret that I’m a huge proponent of bringing agile processes into education. In the past, I’ve blogged about how Scrum can empower students to do work that matters through long-term, real world, team projects. Incorporating agile into the classroom makes content more accessible through meaningful work and also gives students practice with actualContinue reading “The Agile Educator: Start-Stop-Continue”

Project Management: Help Ticket System

One of the marks of a 21st Century Classroom is project-based learning (PBL). One of the oft-overlooked requirements of PBL is student-driven selection of their guiding question and/or how they’ll solve the problem. Make no mistake: it is absolutely easier to manage all students working on the exact same project. It’s easier to pace theContinue reading “Project Management: Help Ticket System”