Applying Agile Learning to Classrooms

Tso, K. H. E., Yau, P. C.Y. , Lau, Y. W. R., Wong, C. T. S. and Jeang, W. L. (2022) Applying Agile Learning to Classrooms. Learning & Teaching Expo 2022, Hong Kong, 08 Dec 2022.

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Agile learning is fundamentally about three things: learning, people, and change, all of which we struggle with and are currently failing to address in education. There are numerous educational talks that discuss how to improve the learning culture in schools. There has, however, been no foolproof method of establishing that culture. Agile mode can improve learning and collaboration by utilising specific software development strategies. For example, in the school design, the learning application list is customised, and the list clearly states that different units correspond to different scoring content. The students can estimate and discuss learning items in small groups by themselves, and then list the estimated time needed for the learning items as well as the order they are working on. Students will apply the sprint law to generate a set of learning outcomes within a time-limited duration. The learning outcomes must be met in order to be assessed. This learning mode might boost students' learning motivation.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item
Keywords:Teach and learn, agile, classroom, pedagogy.
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Yau, Dr Peter C Y
Authors: Tso, K. H. E., Yau, P. C.Y., Lau, Y. W. R., Wong, C. T. S., and Jeang, W. L.
Subjects:L Education > L Education (General)
T Technology > T Technology (General)
College/School:College of Science and Engineering > School of Computing Science
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