We’ve been using Kanban for a few weeks now on some projects, taking over from Scrum where appropriate. We’ve used the Kanban process for projects in ongoing maintenance and for those that seem more like a list of tasks to be performed (Drupal CMS integration). (more…)
The second edition of the NZEI’s new magazine for teachers in schools and kindergartens is hot off the press, and it includes an article written by Boost.
Sarah’s been asked by the NZEI to contribute a regular column on technology in education to Education Aotearoa. Around half of Boost’s work is in the education sector, so we’re really happy to get this opportunity to talk about one of our big passions: how technology can support great teaching and learning in our classrooms.
Our article in this issue is about the benefits for teachers of using technology to grow their personal learning networks. It includes links to tools and resources online and five simple steps for building your personal learning network.
It’s available on the magazine’s website, where you can also leave comments and feedback. Other features in this issue include new research and false claims about early childhood education and the latest on national standards.