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Agile/Scrum in Schools: Mr Grimble ‘Mark and Track’.

 Author: Shaf Cangil  Category: Agile in Education  Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub  Published: 2013  ISBN: 1492329460  Pages: 44  Amazon

“We can only succeed if we recognise that education is a dynamic human system, not a mechanical one. Successful school administration is a matter of fostering a helpful climate rather than “Command and Control” Sir Ken Robinson. In 2010 I created 2 ‘Freestyle’ projects that later I found mapped to industry techniques called AGILE. These projects have certain aspects of industry AGILE/SCRUM techniques, enough to get pupils used to working in a free-fall chaotic environment, not to panic, to pull order from it, to find direction and structure, build products of value from nothing, co-ordinate effort and teamwork, to utilise every skill they can to achieve objectives and make end products fit for purpose within a timescale. Inside: Flowol 3 based team activity for 2-4 pupils, minimum of 2 lessons plan and presumes exposure to Flowol & flowcharts for end of unit activity. By Shaf Cangil

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