RAGE: Agile Education Research

Agile Education

Agile methodologies were developed for software development during the 90's. They where formed as an reaction against the heavy documentation and badly working software that couldn’t be maintained and developed in time. As we developed agile education, the first domain for use was for teaching in computer science, particularly programming.

More than a strict set of process descriptions, agile methodologies can be seen as an alternative way of thinking when it comes to dealing with change and quality. Agile methodologies can be described as being: adaptive rather than predictive; people-oriented rather than process-oriented.

One of the methods of agile education is Extreme Apprenticeship (XA).

This is where we are heading:

Agile Education

24.01.2013 - 14:04 Thomas J Vikberg
10.03.2011 - 15:37 Matti I Paksula