How to Organize Your Tutorial Sessions with Kanban

By |June 12th, 2023|

Teachers are the spine of society. They shape future generations, arguably even more than parents. There is a theory that children spend more time in school than at home. Though that is obviously a myth, children do spend a vast amount of their wake hours at school, highlighting the

How to Organize Your Language Learning with Kanban

By |April 19th, 2023|

Learning a new language can be a daunting task, especially when you don't have a structured plan. In order to make progress and stay motivated, it's important to have a clear system for organizing your language learning materials and tracking your progress. One effective method for this is using

Kanban Boards for Students: How to Use Them

By |August 2nd, 2022|

While it is generally thought, and rightfully so, that Kanban boards are great for use by businesses of various sizes, these also have other uses that remain largely unexplored. The Kanban board can be a very effective tool for learning to be used by students and teachers alike. From

How to Foster Lifelong Learning in Students

By |June 9th, 2022|

How do you know when you are seeing the birth of ‘lifelong learning’ in students? When they are being pushed? Schools often claim to desire and often do genuinely desire to have their students develop into ‘lifelong learners’ while at their school. This is a noble aim. It is

What We Learned from Taking Agile Workshops Online

By |February 18th, 2021|

One of the most effective ways to demonstrate tricky, real-world concepts is to run a game that strips away any complexity and concentrates on demonstrating the concept in an unambiguous and obvious way. As agile coaches, scrum masters and change agents, we do this a lot during agile workshops.