Agile Learning Manifesto

I recently signed the Agile Manifesto, after thinking long and hard about how it relates to training because I found that it totally aligned with my way of thinking about learning IT as well as developing it.

You can view the Agile Manifesto for Software Development at http://agilemanifesto.org/ 

Of course, it does not translate directly to learning, so if we were to create our own Manifesto, what should it contain?

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    Donald Clark wrote on 17th Feb 2010

    Hi Jooli,

    I played with this for a while and did a series of posts on Agile for Learning Designers. The complete list of posts are here: http://bdld.blogspot.com/2009/12/periodic-table-of-agile-learning.html.

    The two most popular posts was the first, "Agile Design: An Ethos for Creating Learning Platforms," and the last, "Periodic Table of Agile Learning."

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    Jooli Atkins wrote on 19th Feb 2010

    Thanks Donald

    The Periodic Table of Agile Learning is very interesting. I have posted links to it to my network and it has been very well received, thanks.

    Jooli

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Jooli Atkins (FBCS, CITP) has been involved in the IT profession for the past 25 years, mainly in Learning and Development. She is the Chair of the BCS Learning and Development Specialist Group and CITP assessor as well as being an accredited SFIA consultant, specialising in Business Change.

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