How Can Agility Transform Education to Prepare Students for the Future?
In this presentation Jessica and Roslynn will present how agility can transform the modern education system to purposefully teach students the skills that they will need to find success in the ever changing economy.
Jessica and Roslynn have brought Agile into their middle school classrooms and found incredible results. Students were able to cultivate their own agile mindset, build their own kanban boards and employ project management skills to design and process their own projects. Along the way students also built time management, leadership, organizational and communication skills, which are all highly necessary to navigate an ever evolving economy.
Outline/Structure of the Case Study
Jessica and Roslynn have designed an interactive presentation where they are able to present artifacts of learning, yet involve the audience to build our robust conversation about the current state of education and what is best for our children.
We will be using visuals, as well as establishing an environment of open conversation to discuss the current state of traditional education and how pull based agile education can prepare our students for the future.
Jessica and Roslynn seamlessly present case studies and evidence to the audience to show how middle school students can learn agile, work in teams, and succeed in a hybrid setting.
Attendees will learn about how agility can be used in the classroom down to the youngest elementary grades as well as in the home. They will have a different perspective of the education system and what can be achieved if we re-imagine our systems with an agile mindset.
Prerequisites for Attendees
Attendees should have knowledge of basic knowledge of agility.
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