“Experiencing the Flows in Agile Learning, Teaching and Co-Creating with eduScrum®”
Agile learning promotes, supports, and enriches the personal development of students and teachers in different ways. These paths seem to evoke different specific experiences known as flow experiences. Kristina talks about several flow theories connected with eduScrum® practical experiences gathered in over 40 countries worldwide. By introducing the methodological framework eduScrum® having practical insights, Kristina uses some interactive moments to have a closer look at the question “When do agile learning, teaching, and co-creating with eduScrum® make sense and feels enjoyable to the students and teachers?”
Bio: Kristina Fritsch is intensively involved with agile working, learning, and coaching processes in theory and practice. As an eduScrum® co-creator, she trains teachers and lecturers from the primary school sector to vocational training, further education, and higher education. In close collaboration with eduScrum® inventor Willy Wijnands, she is also involved in the international eduScrum® Practitioner and eduScrum® Train-the-Trainer Courses. As a certified Scrum Master and Product Owner trained by Jeff Sutherland, she focuses on introducing agile methods in small and medium-sized enterprises. In agile product development projects, Kristina is always gaining practical experience. Additionally, she works in various educational, art, and cultural projects testing and implementing agile learning tools and concepts. As initial co-creator of Lightschools, co-author of the German eduScrum® Guide, and developer and host in the co-creative “Agile Living Room,” she embarks on a journey of discovery around agile learning teaching, and co-creative working with learners, teachers, researchers, and agile practitioners.