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Welcome to eduScrum

In companies Scrum sees to it that developers work together in a productive and enjoyable way. eduScrum is an edit of Scrum for the educational system.

Why eduScrum?

With eduScrum students work together in an energetic, targeted, effective and efficient way.


With eduScrum, students are more motivated when they work together. They work autonomously within plain frameworks and the responsibility they get form this makes them thrive. Their teachers enjoy this as well.


With eduScrum, cooperating teams will function optimally. Students enjoy this and will turn into increasingly better team players who are valued for their qualities.


With eduScrum, every student knows how and why they must do something. They know the importance for themselves and for the team. Because of this, students will work harder and get better results.

Latest Blog Posts

Agile in Education eduScrum talk and workshop at Scrum Impulz Conference in Bratislava, Slowakia by Willy Wijnands, Founder of eduScrum. Interactive workshop full of real-life case studies and examples of how to apply Scrum in the education. More info of the conference also on Facebook

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In the twenty-seventh episode of the exemplary school podcast, I interviewed Kristina Fritsch. She is a certified eduScrum coach and responsible for the implementation of eduScrum in Germany. You can find more about eduScrum on the website With this agile learning method, she is passionate about schools, teacher training and various cultural and educational projects. In this…

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In Japan, National curriculum have been revised, so active learning for students becomes increasingly important. On February 20th Masahiro Nakada, Mr. Ted Sakata, Mr. Yano Hiroshi from the Teikyo University, Graduate School of Teacher Education, Tokyo JAPAN and intertpreter Ms. Iuliana Ikogure visit me, Willy Wijnands at the Ashram College to talk about the book they are writing with the title…

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Teacher–student negotiations during context-based chemistry reform: A case study Abstract Teachers participating in curricular reforms, especially reforms based on constructivism, are expected to bring about change in their teaching approach. This is often a difficult, complex and intensive process, and demands a radical recul- turing of the classroom. This is also the case for social…

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