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The eduScrum team
All Certified Scrumcoaches
Willy Wijnands is a chemistry and physics teacher on the Ashram College in Alphen aan de Rijn. He is the initiator and founder of eduScrum. Co-author of the eduScrum guide and co-author of "Scrum in Actie".
Arno Delhij works as an Agile Business Coach. He helps companies to grow high performing teams and to adapt to a flexible and value driven way of working. He has a strong passion for innovation in education and is the co-author of the eduScrum guide, written together with Rini van Solingen and Willy Wijnands. He coordinates eduScrum implementation at schools and training of teachers. Furthermore he is responsible for liaison with international institutes and educational experts as well as eduScrum fans abroad.
Claudia Struijlaart: I work at the Valuascollege in Venlo. It is a secondary school where I teach from 3rd to 6th grade. I teach and develop new chemistry curriculum. I challenge my students to deliver “products” in instalments. Those products are developed in self-organising and autonomous teams with the help of eduScrum. I am also an eduScrum member and scrumcoach.
“Improvements bring up critique, but also wonderful results”
“On our way to an effective style of teaching that fits the present”
Maarten Bruns: I provide teams with rhythm and grip on reality. That is exactly what they need to reach a result. Teams that perform well, experience more job satisfaction. The beauty of short cycle work lies in teams changing to oiled machines without necessary drastic structure change in the organisation.
Agile strategy – Scrum coach – PLG supervisor – Trainer
Friends of eduScrum
Professionals from within and outside education who are convinced that their eduScrum for us right now is the most interesting and innovative education form. By scrum with students in the classroom they perform better and are better prepared for the world in which they work and live.
Together with the Friends of eduScrum we work together in an open source network where knowledge and experience are shared and created products.