Discover the eduScrum Shu Ha Ri Learning Path

Your agile learning journey has already started!

"When eduScrum started in chemistry lessons in the Netherlands in 2011, and the eduScrum community of passionate educators and learners began to grow, we never had it in mind to require specific certifications. In keeping with the mindset that we had when we co-created eduScrum together with our students, colleagues and eduScrum Cert. co-trainers it was important that the eduScrum certification developed organically."

Willy Wijnands (Founder of eduScrum) & Kristina Fritsch (Co-Creator of eduScrum)
eduScrum Shu Learning: students' perspective
eduScrum Ha Applying: teachers' perspective
eduScrum Ha Applying: about the Art2BeAgile
eduScrum Ri Mastering: trainers' perspective
Welcome Tea Session / eduScrum Basic training

eduScrum Certified Student - Definition of Ready

"Follow the rule and follow the master." (Shu)  We offer different possibilities to step into the eduScrum Shu Ha Ri Learning Path by realizing this way of aquiring the eduScrum framework of agile learning, teaching and co-creating.

In this learning area you will mainly take the role of a student in various insightful and exciting ways. We would love to support you and learn together with you about the 'art-to-be-agile' from a strong eduScrum perspective.

- There are no requirements needed for entering the eduScrum Shu Learning area
- Certification: eduScrum Certified Student - Definition of Ready
- Next possible steps: Art2BeAgile sessions (to be taken in sequence or in parallel) and eduScrum Ha Applying learning area
Your Celebration Criteria for becoming an 'eduScrum Certified Student'

- STEP 1: Understanding and contributing to the WHY of agile learning, teaching & co-creating inspired by eduScrum (4 hrs)
- STEP 2: Experiencing and reflecting eduScrum from a Learner's perspective (8 hrs)
- STEP 3: Transferring the eduScrum team learning experience into the individual learning and teaching approaches and practices by sharing and co-developing with others (4 hrs)
- Taking the certification: 'eduScrum Certified Student - Definition of Ready' (4 hrs)


About the 'eduScrum Curriculum':
The eduScrum Shu Ha Ri Learning Path is an organically grown and growing curriculum. It fulfills a need for ensuring structure and orientation by keeping in mind the best support in an inspiring and creative space for personal growth, agile team learning, and eduScrum community development. It consists of the following learning path stages:
- eduScrum Certified Student - Definition of Ready (min. 20 hrs of visible learning investment and engagement within the eduScrum Community according to the given celebration criteria)

- eduScrum Certified Teacher - Definition of Done (min. 20 hrs of visible learning investment and engagement within the eduScrum Community according to the given celebration criteria)
- eduScrum Certified Practitioner - Definition of Doing (min. 29 hrs per year of visible learning investment and engagement within the eduScrum Community according to the given celebration criteria) - annual certification
- eduScrum Certified Trainer - Definition of Purpose (min. 20 hrs per year of visible learning investment and engagement within the eduScrum Community according to the given celebration criteria) - annual certification

community of practice open Space and input sessions

eduScrum Certified Teacher - Definition of Done

'Break the rule and co-create with the master' (HA) is the main intention of this eduScrum Shu Ha Ri Learning path stage. Here you can continue your first steps with eduScrum and shift your learner's perspective to your educational field and role of interest.

We are truly delighted when you take us on your agile learning journey and would love to support your steps!

- eduScrum Certified Student - Definition of Ready needed for entering the 'eduScrum Ha Applying' stage
- Certification: eduScrum Certified Teacher - Definition of Done
- Next possible steps: Art2BeAgile sessions (to be taken in sequence or in parallel)

Your Celebration Criteria for becoming an eduScrum Certified Teacher

- STEP 1: Joining 5 sessions in the eduScrum Shu Ha Ri learning path stages (8 hrs)
- STEP 2: Taking the learning chances within your optional and free learning space for your personal development as an agile educator (4 hrs)
- STEP 3: contributing to the development of the eduScrum Community and the Art2BeAgile library (4 hrs)
- Taking the Certification: 'eduScrum Certified Teacher - Definition of Done' (4 hrs)


About the 'eduScrum Curriculum':
The eduScrum Shu Ha Ri Learning Path is an organically grown and growing curriculum. It fulfills a need for ensuring structure and orientation by keeping in mind the best support in an inspiring and creative space for personal growth, agile team learning, and eduScrum community development. It consists of the following learning path stages:
- eduScrum Certified Student - Definition of Ready (min. 20 hrs of visible learning investment and engagement within the eduScrum Community according to the given celebration criteria)

- eduScrum Certified Teacher - Definition of Done (min. 20 hrs of visible learning investment and engagement within the eduScrum Community according to the given celebration criteria)
- eduScrum Certified Practitioner - Definition of Doing (min. 29 hrs per year of visible learning investment and engagement within the eduScrum Community according to the given celebration criteria) - annual certification
- eduScrum Certified Trainer - Definition of Purpose (min. 20 hrs per year of visible learning investment and engagement within the eduScrum Community according to the given celebration criteria) - annual certification


eduScrum Ri Tea Sessions

eduScrum Certified Trainer - Definition of Purpose

"Make the rule and co-create with other masters." (RI) describes this eduScrum Shu Ha Ri Learning path stage best. It focuses the learning about how to train and accompany the teachers and facilitators of agile learning and teaching inspired by eduScrum.

This beautiful learning area is one impressive result of the close and engaged work of hundreds of passionate learners and educators from all over the world. We are really proud and grateful for what the community of eduScrum Certified trainers, friends and supporters have realized within just one decade of eduScrum! THANK YOU!

- eduScrum Certified Practitioner - Definition of Doing needed for entering this 'eduScrum Ri Mastering' stage
- Certification: eduScrum Certified Trainer - Definition of Purpose
- Next possible steps: entering all eduScrum Shu Ha Ri learning stages and Art2BeAgile sessions as a learner or trainer
Your Celebration Criteria to make it happen

- STEP 1: Joining 3 Sessions in the eduScrum Shu Ha Ri learning path stages (4 hrs)
- STEP 2: Co-Training, pairing, co-developing within the eduScrum Trainer Community (8 hrs)
- STEP 3: contributing to the Development of eduScrum Community and the Art2BeAgile Library (4 hrs)
- Taking the Certification: 'eduScrum Certified Trainer - Definition of Purpose' (4 hrs)


About the 'eduScrum Curriculum':
The eduScrum Shu Ha Ri Learning Path is an organically grown and growing curriculum. It fulfills a need for ensuring structure and orientation by keeping in mind the best support in an inspiring and creative space for personal growth, agile team learning, and eduScrum community development. It consists of the following learning path stages:
- eduScrum Certified Student - Definition of Ready (min. 20 hrs of visible learning investment and engagement within the eduScrum Community according to the given celebration criteria)

- eduScrum Certified Teacher - Definition of Done (min. 20 hrs of visible learning investment and engagement within the eduScrum Community according to the given celebration criteria)
- eduScrum Certified Practitioner - Definition of Doing (min. 29 hrs per year of visible learning investment and engagement within the eduScrum Community according to the given celebration criteria) - annual certification
- eduScrum Certified Trainer - Definition of Purpose (min. 20 hrs per year of visible learning investment and engagement within the eduScrum Community according to the given celebration criteria) - annual certification


Art2BeAgile Sessions

eduScrum Certified Practitioner - Definition of Doing

As eduScrum Community we like to meet up and learn with different kinds of like-minded people from all over the world in various fields of education and co-creation. eduScrum Certified Trainers learn together with eduScrum Certified Students, Teachers and Practitioners. We think about gaining further insights about learning or developing further aspects of agile learning. Also passionate educators and interested guests beyond the eduScrum Community are whole-heartedly welcome to join our Art2BeAgile sessions. eduScrum Certified Teachers and Trainers can get their 'eduScrum Certified Practitioner - Definition of Doing' annual certificate by being actively involved in the developments within our eduScrum community. Feel welcome to have a look at the upcoming sessions and take this invitation as an open door to discover or rediscover more about learning, teaching and co-creating in an agile way.

- no requirements needed for entering the eduScrum Shu Learning area
- Certification: annual eduScrum Certified Practioner - Definition of Doing (if you are an eduScrum Cert. Teacher, Practitioner or Trainer)
- next possible steps: entering all areas of the eduScrum Shu Ha Ri Learning path (proof of being an 'eduScrum Certified Practioner - Definition of Doing' needed)

Your Celebration Criteria to make it happen

- STEP 1: Joining 3 Sessions in the Art2BeAgile and/or eduScrum Ha Applying Area (8 hrs)
- STEP 2: Contributing to the Art2BeAgile and/or eduScrum Ha Applying Area  (8 hrs)
- STEP 3: Bridging and reaching beyond the Art2BeAgile (9 hrs)
- Taking the Certification: 'eduScrum Certified Practitioner - Definition of Doing' and/or 'Proof of Art2BeAgile' (4 hrs)


About the 'eduScrum Curriculum':
The eduScrum Shu Ha Ri Learning Path is an organically grown and growing curriculum. It fulfills a need for ensuring structure and orientation by keeping in mind the best support in an inspiring and creative space for personal growth, agile team learning, and eduScrum community development. It consists of the following learning path stages:
- eduScrum Certified Student - Definition of Ready (min. 20 hrs of visible learning investment and engagement within the eduScrum Community according to the given celebration criteria)

- eduScrum Certified Teacher - Definition of Done (min. 20 hrs of visible learning investment and engagement within the eduScrum Community according to the given celebration criteria)
- eduScrum Certified Practitioner - Definition of Doing (min. 29 hrs per year of visible learning investment and engagement within the eduScrum Community according to the given celebration criteria) - annual certification
- eduScrum Certified Trainer - Definition of Purpose (min. 20 hrs per year of visible learning investment and engagement within the eduScrum Community according to the given celebration criteria) - annual certification


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