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(Some) Pitfalls of Agile Learning Design

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Panel discussion on the use of agile development methodologies in learning design. My own contribution was to highlight the pitfalls of this approach., and I pointed out that learning design is very different from software design - indeed, are we doing agile "learning design", or design for "agile learning"? I had audio problems with the recordings; the audio on the video is completely gibbled, while the audio in the MP3 had to be changed from 78rpm to 33. Also, it was a large room with microphones, so there were echoes. With luck, the official OEB recording will be better. Please see http://www.downes.ca/presentation/374

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(Some) Pitfalls of Agile Learning Design

  1. 1. (Some) Pitfalls Of Agile Learning Design Stephen Downes December 3, 2015 Presented to: Online Educa Berlin
  2. 2. Learning Design…. https://www.imsglobal.org/learningdesign/ldv1p0/imsld_infov1p0.html
  3. 3. Agile Learning Design….
  4. 4. Scrum… • Process: Self-organizing development teams • Pitfall: Process takes time (storming, norming, performing) http://www.garfield.library.upenn.edu/classics1984/A1984TD25600001.pdf
  5. 5. • Pitfall: Very large self-organizing development teams SCRUM
  6. 6. • Pitfall: Competing self-organizing development teams TEAM A TEAM B
  7. 7. • Pitfall: ‘specialist’ scrums • “potentially shippable product increment” http://www.amazon.com/Agile-Project-Management-Microsoft-Professional/dp/073561993X • “I meet people who claim to be “doing Scrum” while executing “analysis sprints” or “design sprints” at the beginning, deferring integration and testing to the end, and holding different teams responsible for each phase…” http://scrumreferencecard.com/Obstacles_To_Enterprise_Agility_255033.pdf
  8. 8. • Process: Product Owner • Pitfall: who is the Product Owner? http://www.agilesandiego.org/2013/01/31/mar-7th-mob-programming-a-whole-team-approach/
  9. 9. • Pitfall: Conflicting Expertise http://tisquirrel.me/tag/product-management/
  10. 10. • Pitfall: Learning Objectives? http://shah5thgrade.blogspot.de/
  11. 11. Stephen Downes http://www.downes.ca

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