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Scrum in secondary chemistry education
This thesis explored the question whether Scrum methodology might function as an appropriate scaffold to enhance students’ learning and to support teachers in context-based secondary chemistry education.
Scrum enhances learning in chemistry education
Context-based learning has been implemented in secondary chemistry education. Hans Vogelzang, PhD at ICLON, reseached whether Scrum methodology might support creating context-based lessons. Scrum appears to be beneficial to learning outcomes. Defence on 10 November.
Governance of Innovation Project Management: Necessary and Neglected
Promotores: B.R. Katzy, J. de Vries, Co-Promotor: L.P. Groenewegen
Leiden University and ICTU start research on software development
How can we further streamline the development of software for the government? Leiden University and ICTU are to investigate this in a joint research project that was launched on 6 July 2016.
Scrum in secondary chemistry education: a methodology to support teachers and to scaffold students
Student and Educational Affairs, Centre for Innovation
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Course 'Leading Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe™)'
How can Agile methods improve the quality of project management in IT organizations? Acquire the knowledge necessary to lead an enterprise agile transformation by applying the Scaled Agile Framework, and its underlying principles of lean thinking, and product development flow. This course is organised…
Students win StrICTly For Business
A group of Leiden Computer Science students, with Simone Cammel, Bas Mulders, Sufeng Li, Edward Magron en Kostas Tsogkas, won the prestigious business game 'StrICTly For Business'.
Leading Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe™)
Qing Things Talking With and Against Text