How often have we heard and/or said, the students need to take charge of their own learning? Or, they need to get organized? Well, let’s teach them how!
It occurred to me that maybe a business model approach would be helpful in teaching the students how to organize their learning, like Kanban and Kanban Boards. This is a system by which businesses get organized and are more productive. Kanban was developed by Taiichi Ohno, an industrial engineer at Toyota, and takes its name from the colored cards that track production and order new shipments of parts or materials as they run out. Kanban is the Japanese word for sign, so the kanban system simply means to use visual cues to prompt the action needed to keep a process flowing. Here is an example of a student learning process Kanban Template.
In the case of students, to keep the learning flowing. Let me try my hand at an educational Kanban Board. This is a visual representation of the student’s place in their learning cycle in each subject. Tell me what you think?
SUBJECT RELATED PRACTICE PRACTICE ASSESSMENT
INTRODUCTION EXAMPLES with HELP ALONE ANALYSIS