Should the education be Agile?

Today we hear about learning through projects a lot. The problem is that it is still surprisingly little we do systematically - building the education to not only to teach through projects, but also to develop project competence, turning it into the path of least resistance, where the structure of the study would help it.

Today we hear about learning through projects a lot. The problem is that it is still surprisingly little we do systematically - building the education to not only to teach through projects, but also to develop project competence, turning it into the path of least resistance, where the structure of the study would help it.

Of course there are some enthusiasts in secondary schools, universities and other institutes of education. For example, I'm trying to help make it at one of the faculties in MGIMO. Know that MAMI is purposefully moving into that direction. Sure there are other such pockets of "fire" with the idea.

Take a look at it here from one more angle of view. One of the levers that can move the education in the project plane is the framework of teaching and techniques resulting therefrom. Obviously, one of such frameworks is Scrum and Agile, if you look at it even wider. It is not necessarily for IT specialists, considering that the demand for project competence is growing every year.

Once realized it I decided to learn these tools and begin to implement it in teaching, at least for myself. After all, any training course can be done as a project, and even as project in project.

With this question I went to the guys from Scrum Trek, one of the first who develops this theme. Askhat Urazbaev and Irina Zyrianova thank you for taking the time to talk. From the conversation I realized that Agile is for mainly project managers from the IT industry. But there are no training courses for educators and T&D practices. But the trend is evident.

Are there anybody else might be interested in it in the context of education, teaching and generally working with people?

There are books, mooc’s, but all I saw was sharpened for product creation in IT. For it seems to me, adapting Agile tools for educational and T&D tasks would be interesting.

Separately, I would notice Jeff Sutherland's book "Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time", where he shows that Scrum can be applied everywhere. And in the last chapter talks about EduScrum project in the Netherlands, which has grown from a hobby of one teacher to the practice of several secondary schools: eduscrum.nl

Recently I was told that it's all out of date already, but I think it is the actual point of movement to teal management paradigm, and hence education. According to the speed of change nowadays it is not so far away, isn’t it?







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