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International eduScrum training

Published: 19/09/2018
The training is hands-on (NO POWERPOINTS) in the same way students experience eduScrum. The teachers also experience the power of eduScrum and the iterative process.

Our training consists of two or three days. On the first day, I explain to experienced teachers what is eduScrum and what they can achieve.
We do this by teaching the basis of one or more eduScrum cases.
We can also let teachers experience eduScrum by having them working on their ......... Read more

eduScrum presentation at EARLI SIG 14 Switzerland

Published: 14/09/2018
Interaction, learning and professional development
University of Geneva 12th – 14th September 2018
The University of Geneva is happy to host the 9th international conference of the EARLI SIG 14 Learning and professional development.

EARLI SIG 14 focuses on professional and vocational education and training and has a particular set of interests associated with learning at and for work. The conference aims to bring together scholars from different disciplinary backgrounds, who are interested in investigating learning and instructional processes ............ Read more

eduScrum workshop on the Moscow Global Conference

Published: 30/08/2018
Willy Wijnands, founder of eduScrum is invited by the Moscow Global Conference in Moscow, city for education, to give a workshop about Agile in Education and eduScrum. The conference is from 30 August - 2 September 2018. The mission is Create a community of professionals to share new ideas, practices and technologies and build an educational environment encouraging well-rounded development and personal fulfillment. Read more

eduScrum workshop and training in Moscow

Published: 21/08/2018
On 13 August, Willy Wijnands and Claudia Struijlaart organized a workshop together in the Yandex building in Moscow for about 200 participants.
Then they gave a 3 day training from 14 to 16 August to 30 participants who consisted of teachers, directors, coaches and education innovators. Read more

eduScrum training in Moscow

Published: 01/05/2018
From August 14-16, 2018 Willy Wijnands and Claudia Struijlaart will provide an eduScrum training in Moscow. The three-day training is given to teachers from secondary schools, colleges and universities. They are co-assisted by two Russian teachers who have previously attended an eduScrum training in the Netherlands. Read more

eduScrum at ECIS Leadership Conference in Berlin

Published: 10/03/2018
Self-Regulation Through the Agile Mindset

The Agile Manifesto promotes a way of working differently and has joined a global push for more meaningful and productive working methods. Educators at the forefront have demonstrated to teachers and administrators how an Agile Mindset is a legitimate answer to the call for new types of teaching and learning. Three examples are highlighted in this interactive session. Read more

Second International eduScrum training

Published: 02/02/2018
Second eduScrum international training in the Netherlands. The training is an hand-on training where you will experience and learn the benifits of Agile in education.

The date of the training is in 2018 on Marz 15,16 and 17 in Alphen aan den Rijn. Read more

eduScrum training in Warsaw February 2018

Published: 25/01/2018
The training is hands-on (NO POWERPOINTS) such as the students
in eduScrum experience too. The teachers also experience the power
of eduScrum and the iterative process.
Our training consists of two days, I let experience teachers on the first
day what is eduScrum and what you can achieve.
We do this by teaching the basis of one or more cases eduScrum. Read more

Reflections about using eduScrum

Published: 03/01/2018
Reflections about using eduScrum in a doctoral program for Educational Leadership at California State University, Fresno, USA

Learning in a Changing World
In a changing world, the ability to think critically, innovate, learn independently, collaborate, and lead are crucial. The expectation is that schools and universities prepare students for changing careers and a changing world. Best practices to reach these aspirations are student-centered instruction, collaborative learning, learning communities, project based learning… And of course, during all of this, students should also learn the most current technologies.
As a university professor, I teach educational research methods and statistics. As such I do research on how to support faculty in the development of their instruction, while I am at the same time also developing my own teaching practice. In my first year I was mostly lecturing, with a lot of dialoguing, but realistically I was doing most of the talking. Then I implemented Read more

eduScrum Chrismast Newsletter 2017

Published: 23/12/2017
A brief review of 2017 and a preview to 2018
Looking back you can look back through the news articles. Read more
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