AgileClassroom Hosts Webinar on Agile Frameworks in the Classroom with Lynnhaven's Dr. Casey Hitchcock and Jim Frago
Henrico, VA - AgileClassroom, a leading provider of Agile training and consulting services, recently hosted a webinar featuring Dr. Casey Hitchcock and Jim Frago, two educators from Lynnhaven School, who shared their experiences with Agile learning, Academic Teaming, and Project-Based Learning (PBL) in the classroom.
The webinar, which was hosted by AgileClassroom's John Miller and Laura Williams, focused on the impact of Agile frameworks on teaching and learning in the classroom. Hitchcock and Frago shared their insights and key take-a-ways from their experience with implementing Agile practices in their teaching methods.
"We are thrilled to have had Casey Hitchcock and Jim Frago share their expertise on Agile learning with our audience," said John Miller, AgileClassroom's co-founder. "Their experience and insights have been invaluable to educators looking to incorporate Agile practices in their classrooms."
During the webinar, Hitchcock and Frago discussed how Agile frameworks have helped them to create a more collaborative, flexible, and student-centered learning environment. They shared examples of how PBL has helped students to develop problem-solving skills and work effectively in teams."Agile frameworks have allowed us to be more responsive to the needs of our students," said Hitchcock. "By focusing on collaboration and continuous improvement, we have been able to create a learning environment that is both challenging and supportive."
The webinar also addressed the challenges that educators may face when implementing Agile practices in the classroom and provided practical tips for overcoming these challenges. "We hope that our experience and insights will inspire other educators to explore Agile frameworks and how they can be applied in the classroom," said Frago. "We believe that Agile learning is the future of education, and we are excited to be a part of this movement."
The webinar recording is available on AgileClassroom's website for those who missed it. For more information on AgileClassroom's services and upcoming events, visit their website at www.agileclassroom.com.
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