From science teacher to Scrum Master

Screenshot from Zoom meeting of Scrum teams

Science teacher to Scrum Master may not seem like a natural transition. Indeed, my friends and family wondered about my recent career switch to Scrum Master at the Concord Consortium. Let me explain how I got here. According to Scrum Alliance®, a Scrum Master is “the Scrum team member tasked with fostering an effective and […]

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The Scrum cycle

Scrum cycle

As an organization dedicated to innovating and inspiring equitable, large-scale improvements in STEM teaching and learning through technology, we develop a lot of technology. I mean a lot. Our Scrum approach to technology development is always evolving. We adapt to each research project, team, person, and circumstance to be as efficient and effective as possible. […]

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