Sunday, March 2, 2014

Lean Education Research

I gave a presentation last month in Saudi Arabia on the topic Agile Learning & Lean Education, proposing a model for both teachers and education solution providers to reach better results. This was based on the Lean Startup theory, which, as a scientific approach to entrepreneurship, seems to work splendidly in entrepreneurial environments. I have for some time had the desire to find a more practical approach for making research results more accessible to everyday people.

In other words, I believe that important findings in fields that are highly relevant to everyday people, such as education, firstly, deserve more attention outside academic journals, and secondly, need to reach the world much more effectively. The Lean Startup theory might help with just that.

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