Tag Archives: design

Build Your Own Agile Modeling Process

At the Scrum Gathering in Seattle in May, I was quite taken by Adam Weisbart’s open space session on his simple “Build Your Own Scrum” exercise. I had not intended to join his session, until I wandered by near the … Continue reading

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Yet more on whiteboards in class

This morning I bumped into Diane Gillepsie. Diane is a veteran teacher and professor here at UW Bothell, and the 2010 Winner of the University of Washington Distinguished Teaching Award. I’ve had the pleasure of talking her a few times, … Continue reading

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Whiteboards rock

I love whiteboards. When I worked at the Grameen Foundation in 2009, Mary Hausladen and I installed 4 sheets of melamine board to create a 16-foot wide 8-foot tall wall of white boards next to our cubes. Here is a … Continue reading

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Biomimicry for Interdisciplinary Learning

I recently attended the 2010 Biomimicry Education Summit in San Francisco. This meeting was a collection of about 100 educators from elementary and secondary schools, universities, museums, etc. We spent 2 1/2 days talking about how people have incorporated Biomimicry … Continue reading

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