Using the Daily Scrum Questions


The daily Scrum, often referred to as “stand-up,” is one of the four meetings that frame a sprint in the Scrum process and the only meeting that happens every day. Scrum teams in software development meet every morning of the work week in a pre-defined location in the office to hold the daily Scrum, which … Continue reading Using the Daily Scrum Questions

Book Review Quick Take: Gamestorming


Superfast book review in a nutshell: I love Gamestorming as a great source of classroom, committee/department, and workshop activities. Most of them just require wall space, sticky notes, and Sharpies as well as a little forethought, and all the activities are designed to be generative – of learning, goals, work, relationships. The book includes games … Continue reading Book Review Quick Take: Gamestorming

Publishing with Students – Actually Writing


This is the final post from a series I wrote in 2012 about writing and publishing with undergraduate students. I’ll be publishing this series every other Thursday over the summer. For more recent research and resources, visit the new International Journal for Students as Partners and a special issue of Teaching and Learning Inquiry that … Continue reading Publishing with Students – Actually Writing

Publishing with Students – Collecting and Analyzing SoTL Data


This is the fifth post from a series I wrote in 2012 about writing and publishing with undergraduate students. I’ll be publishing this series every other Thursday over the summer. For more recent research and resources, visit the new International Journal for Students as Partners and a special issue of Teaching and Learning Inquiry that … Continue reading Publishing with Students – Collecting and Analyzing SoTL Data

Publishing with Students – Research Questions and Journal Targets


This is the fourth post from a series I wrote in 2012 about writing and publishing with undergraduate students. I’ll be publishing this series every other Thursday over the summer. For more recent research and resources, visit the new International Journal for Students as Partners and a special issue of Teaching and Learning Inquiry that … Continue reading Publishing with Students – Research Questions and Journal Targets

Publishing with Students – Getting Started


This is the third post from a series I wrote in 2012 about writing and publishing with undergraduate students. I’ll be publishing this series every other Thursday over the summer. For more recent research and resources, visit the new International Journal for Students as Partners and a special issue of Teaching and Learning Inquiry that … Continue reading Publishing with Students – Getting Started