The world is changing very fast, and we must adapt to this change. Unfortunately, the current educational system is obsolete. We are still teaching as we did in the age of industrialization, which used to make perfect sense but is no longer applicable.
Willy will talk about transforming education with eduScrum and an Agile mindset.
The winds of change battering high education-living in a VUCA world
Covid-19 pushed the need to rethink the planning and delivery of curriculum to the forefront. However, it was going to change because the world of education is changing. James will discuss the practical application of experiential learning and agile in education and how these approaches can arm the educator with new and flexible approaches to education in the current environment.
Together, Scrum Inc. and eduScrum aim to prepare the workforce of tomorrow by bringing the world of work into the classroom, and the world of learning into the workplace. In this short talk, we will share how bringing the Scrum values and the Agile mindset into the educational experience enables learners to take ownership of their own journey, increase engagement, improve outcomes, and build a more fulfilling and impactful workplace for tomorrow.
How to leverage the L-EAF Values of Transparency and Collaboration as a Solution to learning in the age of COVID-19
In the age of COVID-19, there are new and ever-changing challenges to learning. From mindset to tools our Educational systems were not set up to handle a pandemic. Jeff will explore how Students, Parents, and Educators can leverage the Learning – Educational Agile Framework’s Values of Transparency and Collaboration to solve some common problems starting to manifest and future issues that may impact learning in the age of COVID-19. From tools to the mindset, he will discuss ways to empower learning in the face of shifting conditions, regulations, technological and health challenges.
1:35-2:30 PM EDT
Terri E. Givens
Agility and Inclusive Leadership in the Age of COVID-19
Terri Givens will discuss her work on inclusive leadership and the way that agility can be utilized to help academic leaders become more student-centered and transparent. Agility coaches can help leaders in the academy find new strategies for change, as well as including the voices of students and faculty in decision-making processes. As we modify our teaching and management practices in the era of COVID-19, having an agile approach will be critical for making quick decisions and developing innovative approaches to student learning.