Smaller. Preparation. Games. Creativity.

Just got back from a workshop Greenfoot and Minecraft programming for 20 kids (around 12 years old) including my daughter. All kids are in the first class of high school (Citadel College in Lent, the Netherlands) and are required to organize a workshop lasting 2 to 3 hours. Since my daughter asked me to participate in Read more about Smaller. Preparation. Games. Creativity.[…]

Applying agile principles and tools to the eduScrum research project

In my experience, most research projects tend to follow a linear (waterfall-like) approach. Since the time we started the eduScrum research project we decided to “eat our own dogfood” as much as possible. Our own process is based on fast and continous delivery and minimizing cycle time. We shortly tried Scrum but didn’t like the timeboxes Read more about Applying agile principles and tools to the eduScrum research project[…]

eduScrum onderzoeksproject

Enkele weken geleden kregen we groen licht voor een onderzoeksvoorstel over eduScrum. We werken ongeveer 10 jaar met Scrum in softwareontwikkelingsprojecten en hebben altijd het gevoel gehad dat het Scrum framework ook bruikbaar was in een niet-ICT-context. Zo ben ik het framework gaan gebruiken om mijn 10-jarige zoon te helpen met begrijpend lezen (daarover in Read more about eduScrum onderzoeksproject[…]

eduScrum research project

A few weeks ago lights went green for a research proposal on eduScrum. We’re doing Scrum for a about 10 years in software projects and always thought that the framework can also be used for non-software projects. I started to use the framework for making reading more fun for my 10-year old son (more about Read more about eduScrum research project[…]