Friday, 8th May 2020

10.30 am - 11.30 am (CET)

Britt van Mensvoort
Willy Wijnands

 

„Shining a Light on Education and How It’s Going to Change the World“

In our Lightschools workshop we take you into a bright new world that we want to create together. Based on Britt’s book and PhD study into self-transcendence and transformative change, Britt and Willy are launching an education & innovation ecosystem. We introduce a new school concept, aka a lightschool. Lightschools form central stations through which a connected, agile and sustainable community, city and world are created.

Experience what it is like to make the impossible possible by joining forces with different disciplines with teachers as our servant leaders.

 

11.30 am - 12.15 pm (CET)

 

„Meet up and Getting to Know I“

You have been looking forward to Berlin to meet and welcome people from all over the world who are inspired and experienced in using eduScrum?  Although we will meet online, you don’t have to miss this. Just join our „Meet up and Getting to Know Session“.For a pleasant atmosphere and for organizational reasons a maximum of 12 people can participate in each „Meet up and Getting to Know“ session.  Please register if you would like to participate in this session. (If that isn’t possible anymore, just have a look at the other „Meet up and Getting to Know Sessions“.)

 

1
of 12 participants are registered for this Meet Up.

2.30 pm - 6.30 pm (CET)

Paul
Paul Magnuson
Mark Postema

 

„Open Space for Certified eduScrum Trainers:    Sharing eduScrum Experiences“

During Friday afternoon we would like to use the eduScrum online Gathering to share our experiences as  You would like to talk about your projects, too. After the keynotes of Mark and Paul you’re welcome to give your contributions.

2.30 pm „Agile Student Agency“ by Paul Magnuson

Paul will share his experiences from the first year of a grade 8-10 program designed to develop autonomous learning skills, informed by his school’s work pulling agile into education.

 

3.30 pm – 5.30 pm: Take a break!

 

5.30 pm „eduScrum Projects with Students“ by Mark Postema

Mark will give some insights about how to involve students in the development of projects. His examples vary from a little involvement to complete ownership. 

6.30 pm - 7.15 pm (CET)

 

„Meet up and Getting to Know II“

You have been looking forward to Berlin to meet and welcome people from all over the world who are inspired and experienced in using eduScrum?  Although we will meet online, you don’t have to miss this. Just join our „Meet up and Getting to Know Session“.For a pleasant atmosphere and for organizational reasons a maximum of 12 people can participate in each „Meet up and Getting to Know“ session.  Please register if you would like to participate in this session. (If that isn’t possible anymore, just have a look at the other „Meet up and Getting to Know Sessions“.)

1
of 12 participants are registered for this Meet Up.

8.00 pm - 9.30 pm (CET)

Ximena Hervier
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Fernanda Pirmez Magalhães

 

„Agile Games“

You wonder how to do Agile Games (even online). Ximena is going to play with us. You’re already curious? Here, you’ll find a first impression: https://view.genial.ly/5e5e6dd2e857da50baf3cad2.

Saturday, 9th May 2020

10.30 am - 11.30 am (CET)

Helen Rivero
Andrew Roberts-Wray

 

Raising Self Awareness & Helping Build Effective Teams using The GC Index®

The Young People Index® teachers workshop will focus on the importance of self-awareness, team building and communication, using the GC Index model as a framework. The workshop is designed to help teachers become more aware of their own contribution and impact when working in a team, but also when teaching students. Teachers will explore how to ‘Build Dynamic Teams’ during the 60 minute, interactive session.

The Young People Index® – Introduction
The Young People Index was created and developed to help and empower all young people, no matter where they are from, to support them in making better informed choices about their future.  It is vital that each and every young person is aware of their own individual strengths and skills so they can not only see the value they add in the classroom or in society but are also able to make more informed choices about their future and raise aspirations. The assessment doesn’t measure academic success or intellect, but allows every student to see the value they can make to a team, building on vital collaboration skills.

The Young People Index is an online assessment that transforms young people’s lives and enables educationalists to identify and nurture the key talents of young people; the leaders and workforce of the future. The results from the assessment empower young people by highlighting their natural preferences and inclinations in terms of how they contribute to a team, organisation, project or role and thus boost confidence, self-awareness and raise aspirations. This motivation includes helping young people see that their school subjects can be useful and relevant for the future, helping them achieve new found goals in their lives, thus helping retain pupils in the school and college system for longer.

11.30 am - 12.15 pm (CET)

 

„Meet up and Getting to Know III“

You have been looking forward to Berlin to meet and welcome people from all over the world who are inspired and experienced in using eduScrum?  Although we will meet online, you don’t have to miss this. Just join our „Meet up and Getting to Know Session“.For a pleasant atmosphere and for organizational reasons a maximum of 12 people can participate in each „Meet up and Getting to Know“ session.  Please register if you would like to participate in this session. (If that isn’t possible anymore, just have a look at the other „Meet up and Getting to Know Sessions“.)

 

1
of 12 participants are registered for this Meet Up.

2.30 pm - 4.15 pm (CET)

Anastasia Borisova

 

„How do I learn at my best“

Metaphors are recognized as one of the most powerful tools to work with teams in both Agile and coaching communities. They help teams coordinate at the level of goals and values and encourage building common language and trust; help to dissociate with disturbing experiences and emotions and resolve conflicts more effectively; introduce team members to themselves and others; show how unique each is and celebrate differences that can potentially enrich team experiences: can reveal habitual strategies and patterns in the space of safe exploration. With student teams metaphors can be used in different contexts, including helping to learn and improve academic results. I invite you to explore your learning strategies through a metaphor of „How do I learn at my best“* so that you can try out Clean Language approach as a resource for creating team-wide knowledge and mutual support. The workshop will be held in the „fishbowl“ format: demonstration of the Clean Language facilitation process with a small group and a subsequent discussion.

During the workshop we will touch up on the following questions:

 – What is Clean Language?

– Why use it?

– How to use it with student teams?

Briefly about the method: “Clean Language is a communication process developed by counselling psychologists David Grove in the 1980s and distilled into a model known as Symbolic Modelling by James Lawley and Penny Tompkins. It is founded on listening and a particular kind of questioning, which uses ‘clean questions’, formed by taking a person’s own words and blending them with a question which has been designed to be as free as possible from assumptions about what the answer might be” (Clean Language in the Classroom, Julie Mc Cracken)

5.30 pm - 6.30 pm (CET)

René Dekkers & Robby Overvliet

„The eduScrum AgileNav App“

eduScrum represented within an App? René and Robby created the eduScrum app in collaboration with Willy Wijnands.

The app uses micro-learnings in a playful “living” network structure that is inviting to navigate and explore Agility and eduScrum. The eduScrum app is a continuously growing digital toolbox that will help transform the Agile mindset.

During the presentation you will get your introduction with the app and learn how to integrate this toolbox in training and workshops.

For experiencing the „The eduScrum AgileNav App“ developed and presented by René and Robby it would be helpful if you take your cell phone or tablet with you.

Made with ❤︎ by eduScrum Team Deutschland