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eduScrum: an opportunity to close the gap between the educational offer and the market requirements ?

Zielgruppe: Beginner, Fortgeschritten

Thema: Scrum ausserhalb der Softwareentwicklung

Abstract:

Willy Wijnands, the founder of eduScrum believes that Scrum suits the needs of the fast changing market. The workforce of tomorrow has to cope with these changes. Unfortunately, the current educational system is obsolete and this creates a gap between the educational offer and the market requirements. Could eduScrum become the connecting element?

During this session Willy draws a parallel between Scrum and education and Scrum in the non-IT environments. The starting principles are the autonomy and authenticity of people. Willy believes that children do take responsibility and can work together independently.

During this session Willy and his students from the Ashram College in Alphen aan den Rijn share their experience in implementing Scum in education and the benefits eduScrum brings.

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Wijnands, Willy

Firma: Ashram College in Alphen aan de Rijn

Vita:
Willy Wijnands is a chemistry and physics teacher at the Ashram College in Alphen aan de Rijn. He is the initiator and founder of eduScrum. He is also the co-author of the eduScrum guide and the co-author of "Scrum in Action".

‘I give the students ownership of their own learning process, but most important trust. The students take the responsibility for what they do because I give them the freedom and the space they need. The effect is that students are more engaged, more productive and their results are better. They discover who they are and what their abilities are. It is such a wonderful experience to see them developing themselves!’