We have studied and experienced thought models, methodologies, tools and frameworks from various areas and found sensational applications for education.
We want to Share our experiences with you.

These are some of the inspirations and approaches we use  

Museum Inquiry Methodology

Based on museum practices, this methodology develops critical sense and prepares students with the skills and competencies needed to face the challenges of the Twenty first century, and can be used in any discipline or learning situation.   


Reggio Emilia® Approach

Is an educational philosophy, founded on an image of the child with strong potentials for development, and a subject with rights. A child who learns through the hundred languages which belong innately to all human beings, and who grows through relations with others. 



Framework for guiding students where responsibility for the learning process is delegated from teacher to student. In eduScrum learning is core: learning smarter, learning to collaborate better and getting to know yourself better 

Data Wise

The Data Wise is a Project of Harvard Graduate School of Education and in partnership with educators around the world, that supports educators in using collaborative data inquiry to drive continuous improvement of teaching and learning for all students.


Kanban Method

The Kanban Method is a set of principles and practices that have been observed in successful Kanban initiatives worldwide. Since its inception, it has developed and matured as an effective approach for organizations to achieve greater business agility. The Kanban Method embraces the constant change inherent to managing knowledge work and enables organizations to become more collaborative, unified, and productive.

Training Trail

Step one – Inspiring! 

This is where our adventure begins! Let’s dive into inspiring stories and innovative practices, collaboratively and dynamically, so you can get inspired and get ready to start exploring new worlds in your classrooms . 

Step two – Together! 

With your new findings, you will realize that it is not easy to keep on this path alone and that we often lack tools, support, experience and so we tend to return to our Safe Ports – our old traditional practices. That means it’s time to take one more step into Agile for Teacher. In this step we will deepen tools and methodologies that will support your projects. 

Step three – Going deeper! 

More specific trainings for each educational segment, using the most appropriate tools for each case.