A practical way of getting daily tasks done and enhancing family communication. Agile is a way of every modern family needs, with both parents with full time jobs, and children who need their attention. An essential part of your child’s development is his ability to choose, be independent and control what happens in his life, and parents need to encourage that independence. The methods you will learn are effective at teaching values and respect to others and applies to public.
Agile Practices for Families: Iterating with Children and Parents
After David’s success with agile practices in his workplace, the Starr family borrowed lessons learned at work to form a highly effective iterative model of management for their home life. This agile-inspired methodology keeps a family of six organized and working together with less friction for more than three years. When parents encourage kids to become part of the process of change, kids become less fearful of it. After a few iterations where changes have been made with positive outcomes, kids will start generating their own ideas for change.The process must always be open for change. Expect and encourage evolution, keeping in mind that the goal is happier, healthier family.
Kata to Grow – Scintific Thinking for Kids
Scientific thinking is a life skill. It’s the basis for creativity and successfully pursuing seemingly unattainable goals. The KiC exercise makes it a teachable skill that anyone can learn — by combining a simple scientific striving pattern with practice routines called Kata — and helps you teach meta-cognitive strategies. KiC doesn’t teach students about science, it helps to make them everyday scientists. katatogrow.com is created and maintained by Mike Rother. For more information visit the Toyota Kata Website.