Agile approach in a kindergarten

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Agile approach in a kindergarten

  1. 1. Agile Approach in a Kindergarten hanmi kindergarten http://www.hanmiu.com Choi, Seung Joon
  2. 2. Agile http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agile_software_development
  3. 3. in
  4. 4. a Kindergarten
  5. 5. What is it?
  6. 6. I’ve tried to introduce new possibilites like…
  7. 7. Scratch
  8. 8. Wiki Google Site
  9. 9. Open Office
  10. 10. to Teachers & Parents
  11. 11. and We found that
  12. 12. It’s Just NOT EASY
  13. 13. Pondering… & Struggling
  14. 14. and We found that
  15. 15. New spectacle technologies are not that important
  16. 16. We tried to take a diffrent POV
  17. 17. Thoughts about Culture
  18. 18. Culture in the School
  19. 19. Do we(school) LIVE the PRESENT?
  20. 20. We have to AWARE of the PRESENT We LIVE
  21. 21. It’s a story about PEOPLE
  22. 22. Have you heard about Happiness in the Office (School) ?
  23. 23. Have you heard about 행복 in the Office (School) ?
  24. 24. Agile Retrospectives
  25. 25. Emotion Adjectives Name Positive Issue Negative Issue #1 #1 Replies Replies Positive Issue Negative Issue #2 #2 Replies Replies Reinforce positives Find improvableness
  26. 26. I was SHOCKED
  27. 27. Happiness
  28. 28. 7 years 12 years 25 years …
  29. 29. Team
  30. 30. Not a Workgroup Team But a
  31. 31. Collaboration
  32. 32. What happened?
  33. 33. What changed them?
  34. 34. PairTeaching
  35. 35. like Pair Programming in XP ?
  36. 36. inspired by Reggio Emilia
  37. 37. Working Pair Environments for Teachers
  38. 38. It is something that we’ve already had for 12 years
  39. 39. As a matter of fact …
  40. 40. There were not enough true(deep) Communications & Collaborations
  41. 41. We just shallow copied well known best practice
  42. 42. We needed to Reinvent our environment
  43. 43. We needed to Reinvent the school
  44. 44. We needed to Reinvent the Culture of it
  45. 45. Just same as we try to do for our children
  46. 46. It’s just like a Fractal
  47. 47. inspired by Agile
  48. 48. Just 1 year of efforts
  49. 49. None Violent Communication
  50. 50. Agile Retrospectives
  51. 51. It’s an easy way of doing Collective Intelligence
  52. 52. Pattern Writing Writers’ Workshop
  53. 53. Scrum
  54. 54. Open Unconference • World Café • Fish Bowl • LETS Space Technology
  55. 55. Local Energy Trading System
  56. 56. with enriching the culture of the school together
  57. 57. We are ready for using creative tools in the school
  58. 58. Wiki
  59. 59. Open Office
  60. 60. Google Docs
  61. 61. We are ready for using more creative tools
  62. 62. Scratch
  63. 63. Squeak & Smalltalk
  64. 64. and many more…
  65. 65. in everyday Life
  66. 66. Scratch Conference 2008 @ MIT, Micahel Resnick
  67. 67. Emergent Learning For Everyone
  68. 68. Children Parents Teachers Citizens
  69. 69. All Together
  70. 70. Complex?
  71. 71. our whole efforts about Childeren for their better life
  72. 72. Remember?
  73. 73. It’s just like a Fractal
  74. 74. Let’s do same things for us
  75. 75. It emerges from very Simple Rules http://epicure.graffity.net/things/p5/level01/red_thing/index.html
  76. 76. 1. if it’s too close push others to preserve the self existence (repulsive force) 2. try to follow a target particle in the groups (attractive force) 3. change the target if enough time elapsed http://epicure.graffity.net/things/p5/level01/red_thing/index.html

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