The Scrum framework has gained widespread adoption in the industry for its emphasis on collaboration and continuous improvement. However, it has not reached a similar relevance in Software Engineering (SE) curricula. This work reports the experience of five editions of a SE course within an M.Sc. Degree in Computer Engineering. The course primary educational objective is to provide students with the skills to manage software development projects with Scrum. The course is based on the execution of a team project and on the definition of qualitative and quantitative means of assessment of the application of Scrum. The conduction of five editions of the course allowed us to identify several lessons learned about time budgeting and team compositions in agile student projects and its evidence of the applicability of the framework to software development courses.

Teaching Scrum with a focus on compliance assessment / Torchiano, Marco; Vetro, Antonio; Coppola, Riccardo. - STAMPA. - (In corso di stampa). (Intervento presentato al convegno 28th International Conference on Evaluation and Assessment in Software Engineering (EASE 2024) tenutosi a Salerno (ITA) nel June 18--21, 2024) [10.1145/3661167.3661277].

Teaching Scrum with a focus on compliance assessment

Marco Torchiano;Antonio Vetro;Riccardo Coppola
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The Scrum framework has gained widespread adoption in the industry for its emphasis on collaboration and continuous improvement. However, it has not reached a similar relevance in Software Engineering (SE) curricula. This work reports the experience of five editions of a SE course within an M.Sc. Degree in Computer Engineering. The course primary educational objective is to provide students with the skills to manage software development projects with Scrum. The course is based on the execution of a team project and on the definition of qualitative and quantitative means of assessment of the application of Scrum. The conduction of five editions of the course allowed us to identify several lessons learned about time budgeting and team compositions in agile student projects and its evidence of the applicability of the framework to software development courses.
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