Published articles about Agility in the Classroom. If you know of other articles, please let us know.

  • The eduScrum Guide: (2020).

    The “rules of the game,” as the eduScrum team puts it. eduScrum is an adaptation of scrum for the classroom, with similar roles and processes.

  • Galés, N.L. and Gallon, R. (2019). Educational Agility. In Rethinking Teacher Education for the 21st Century: Trends, Challenges and New Directions. Kowalczuk-Walêdziak, M., Korzeniecka-Bondar, A., Danilewicz, W., & Lauwers, G. (Eds.). Opladen; Berlin; Toronto: Verlag Barbara Budrich.

    A focus on the student-centered aims of moving to an agile approach in education.

  • Magnuson, P. and Cosgrove, N. (Eds.) (2019). Spotlight: Pulling Agile into Education, Leysin American School Educational Research, Leysin, Switzerland.

    Classroom examples and interviews with teachers, researchers, and consultants working with agility in (mostly) K-12 contexts.

  • Nikolic, J., and Gledic, J. (2019). Going Agile: Agile Methodologies in the Education of Global Citizens. In Stiasny, M., and Gore, T. (Eds.) Going Global: Identifying Trends and Drivers of International Education. United Kingdom: Emerald, pp. 119-128.

    Proposal that higher education administration can benefit from agile methodologies and mindset (“going agile through the system”).

  • Rhodes, S. (2017). Using Scrum Boards to Organize Small-Group Projects, ASCD, Vol. 13(5), November 9.

    Scrum boards in an international school in Vietnam

  • Stewart, J., Cusatis, C. D., Kevin Kidder, K., Massi, J., Anne, K. (2009). Evaluating Agile Principles in Active and Cooperative Learning. Proceedings of Student-Faculty Research Day, CSIS, Pace University, May 8.

    Literature review of agile methodologies applied to pedagogy, with a focus on the intersection of agile and cooperative learning.