Sunday, 4 June 2017

Week 11

Agile in Education
  • Agile is recognized more generally now as simply a great way of getting things done in rapidly changing and highly unpredictable situations.
  • We are exploring better ways of teaching and learning by responding to our learners needs.
  • Lean production able to reduce waste, upskill workers, improve quality and provide more variety in products - can these be applied to education?
  • Not a simple, easy solution
  • Every step in education should deliver value to the learner
  • Waste - type 1 ‘muda’ - fixed, can’t be removed yet. Type 2 ‘muda’ - can be eliminated immediately - what about in education? What is type 2 that could be removed
  • Flow, right-sizing what is offered to the learner, away from batch blocks of material

School Planning process

Rewriting video text

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Kan Ban

In the classroom?
Problem backlog
Problems to be solved next
Problems we are solving
Problems we have solved







Story cards
- short, simple descriptions of something to be achieved

What did you do yesterday?
What are you doing today?
What are the roadblocks?

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