Blueprint Education Speaks Out

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Wait, What About Scrum In The Classroom?

Our students decide that school culture was the most important place to start So what do you do when your BIG PLANS to teach students the scrum framework so they can achieve better academic success in the classroom blows up in your face? You roll with it. You take the … Read more

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#Hopesquad 2015- The First Student Led Scrum Team Is Born

Students Become Our Teachers In November 2015, John Miller, our partner in crime…or agility rather, helped us to organize our first student scrum workshop titled, Collaborative Agility. We naively took 20 students to a cabin in the snow to give them a two day, crash course, in Agile and Scrum. They … Read more

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Hope High School Gets Official

A Generous Donation! Teachers become Certified Scrum Masters. Through a generous donation of time, energy, and experience, Mike Vizdos gifted our staff with an opportunity of growth. A 25-year veteran and Scrum expert came down to our campus and taught our teachers the Scrum framework in the very seats that our students … Read more

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A New Mentor for Blueprint!

Who better to help us continue to emerge on our journey than Mr. Mike Casper. Volunteering his time and skills as a coach not just Hope High School but to the entire Blueprint organization. Mike, helped us to get out of our own way to truly embrace the values of … Read more

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Graduation Time at Blueprint ED

On May, 22, 2015, Blueprint celebrated another graduation ceremony.

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Fragile Agile

Inspired, and ready to launch, teachers embarked in the task of implementing scrum in their classrooms. As they reached each hurdle from confused students asking questions they could not answer, to the trying task of fitting all state standards onto one scrum board, teachers soon realized that they could not … Read more

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Blueprint Education's mission isĀ to inspire students to make better choices and be champions of their own learning in an alternative, non-traditional school environment. We want to provide opportunities, tools, and choices that help students take ownership of how they learn as well as create more engagement in the learning process itself.

Students learn in a variety of ways and Blueprint can blend different methods of delivery that is best suited for each student. These educational options are meant to help inspire students towards a more rewarding and purposeful future. A future of many opportunities that they discover and of which they can be proud!

Blueprint Education
Email:
email@blueprinteducation.org

Phone: 602-674-5555
Phone: 800-426-4952
Fax: 602-943-9700

Address:
2225 W. Whispering Wind Dr.
Suite 205
Phoenix, AZ 85085