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Toward an Innovative Educational Method to Train Students to Agile Approaches in Higher Education: The A.L.P.E.S.

Abstract : Introduced in 2013, the A.L.P.E.S. approach (AgiLe aPproaches in higher Education Studies) aims to apply agile practices to teaching. Agile approaches are project management practices for IT development. More pragmatic than traditional methods, they allow to be closer to the applicant and to involve him/her as much as possible. They offer a great reactivity and a good adaptation to best meet the needs. They are used today in a large part of IT companies. Largely inspired by agile approaches, the A.L.P.E.S. approach allows the teaching of project management in a transverse way to a main course. It makes teaching more flexible and more adapted to the students. In this article, we describe the approach. We describe the tools, the process of creating a course, and the process of running a course.
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Jannik Laval, Anthony Fleury, Abir-Beatrice Karami, Alexis Lebis, Guillaume Lozenguez, et al.. Toward an Innovative Educational Method to Train Students to Agile Approaches in Higher Education: The A.L.P.E.S.. Education Sciences, MDPI, 2021, 11, ⟨10.3390/educsci11060267⟩. ⟨hal-03242393⟩

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