Rapid-iteration teaching, and the evolution of education

Rapid-iteration teaching, and the evolution of education

You can apply any degree of scientific rigor you like, but at its core this idea prescribes that you should do two things:

  1. Measure the result of your teaching as frequently as possible, and

  2. Make immediate changes in your approach as a result of your findings.

thoughts on how agile programming and similar concepts can or should be applied to education and pedagogy; from the article:

An implied third step is that you should repeat this cycle as quickly as possible, in an effort to improve your teaching at maximum speed.

– See more at: http://bigbeacon.org/2014/02/rapid-iteration-teaching-and-the-evolution-of-education/#sthash.1xLvJjPp.dpuf

Also check out this programming program by the author of the article: http://www.hackreactor.com/

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