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Continuous SLA

Continuous SLA richt zich op het onderkennen van risico’s die de outcome van bedrijfsprocessen (core value streams) kunnen schaden. Deze risico’s ontstaan als gevolg van nieuwbouw en onderhoud van informatiesystemen middels Agile teams. Binnen het concept van Continuous SLA worden deze risico’s vanuit verschillende perspectieven geanalyseerd en door het DevOps team voorzien van tegenmaatregelen ook wel SLA controls genoemd. Door deze SLA controls meetbaar te maken worden het geschikte planningsobjecten die op de productbacklog kunnen worden gezet.

€ 15,00
Zwarte ooievaar

als je er zolang over doet om je randen te laten zien niet de enige bent die dat soort grenzen heeft je pianist wilde worden en geen handen hebt als je een kind wilt ze er niet komen

€ 19,95
Dalton en ...

Daltononderwijs is een bloeiende en groeiende vorm van vernieuwingsonderwijs. Het is ruim honderd jaar geleden dat Helen Parkhurst over haar Dalton Plan publiceerde en dat er in ons land voor het eerst mee geëxperimenteerd werd. Het is ruim negentig jaar geleden dat de eerste ‘daltonianen’ in ons land de Nederlandse Dalton Vereniging (NDV) oprichtten. In de rij voorzitters van de NDV is Willem Wagenaar de achtste in de rij. Hij gaf leiding aan de NDV in de periode 2009-2023. In die veertien jaren verzorgde Wagenaar tien keer per jaar een column in de nieuwsbrief van de vereniging. Daarin bracht hij ontwikkelingen binnen de NDV in verband met het wereldnieuws of schreef hij over spontane voorvallen die de daltonkernwaarden bij hem opriepen. In Dalton en … zijn deze columns verzameld, voorzien van een beschouwende inleiding en een persoonlijke uitleiding. De columns geven een inkijkje in persoonlijke beweegredenen van Wagenaar en tegelijkertijd een beeld van hoe de NDV zich ontwikkelde in roerige tijden en hoe Wagenaar daarbij leiding gaf aan de vereniging. Willem Wagenaar voelde zich verantwoordelijk. Van hem zijn de woorden: “Verantwoordelijkheid dragen moet je gegund worden! En het is mij gegund. Daar dank ik iedere daltoniaan voor”.

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Helen Parkhurst

There is increasing interest in Dalton education. For many parents, teachers and principals, the principles of this form of innovative education offer a direction to take in the further development of their schools. The origin of Dalton education lies in America. Its initiator, Helen Parkhurst, began her teaching career in rural Wisconsin more than a hundred years ago, in the autumn of 1904. She taught her students to work on assignments independently, with the freedom to plan and complete them as they saw fit, enlisting each other's help and the teacher's assistance when needed. Since then, Dalton education has evolved, but the essence of what Parkhurst intended has remained. As the popularity of Dalton education grows, so does the need for information about Parkhurst's life, her ideas, and her own teaching experiments. This biography aims to meet that need. It paints a picture of a woman who wanted to give children a voice in their work and in their own lives and succeeded in doing so through her tirelessness and powerful personality. But that drive also led to conflicts, disillusions and disappointments.

€ 25,95
Perspectives on Montessori

A Montessori school is a school that practices the pedagogy of Maria Montessori. For over 100 years, the Montessori method has successfully contributed to the education of children all over the world and the method is still being used daily: her legacy can be found in thousands of Montessori schools in more than 148 countries across the globe. Confirmation that the Montessori method is future proof and ready for the coming century. The Montessori method has been extensively described and has influenced many people working in education. This book is a collection of personal perspectives, providing an insight into the ways in which Montessori has helped to shape how practitioners, school leaders and researchers perceive the purpose, core practices and outcomes of Montessori education. After the foreword by Adele Diamond, 19 international experts write about their own vision of the Montessori method. The aim of Perspectives on Montessori is to highlight and celebrate the success and uniqueness of the Montessori method to inspire and enrich readers with respect to the ways in which the Montessori method is envisioned and implemented. The book also challenges you, our reader, to reflect on your own perspective on Montessori. Perspectives on Montessori consists of the contributions of the following authors: Marisa Canova - Cofounder and Director of the Training Center at Fundación Argentina María Montessori, Argentina Connie Carballo - Cofounder and Executive director of Fundación Argentina María Montessori, Argentina Astrid Steverlynck – Leader of Special Projects at Fundación Argentina María Montessori, Argentina Adele Diamond - Canada Research Chair Professor of Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, Canada Chang Lei - Director of Xiamen XinMeng Montessori Kindergarten, China Rukmini Ramachandran - Director of Navadisha Montessori School and the Managing Trustee of the Indian Montessori Foundation, India Jaap de Brouwer – Researcher and Montessori trainer at Saxion University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands Els Mattijssen - Montessori trainer and researcher at Vivid Onderwijs, the Netherlands Patrick Sins – Professor Alternative Education at Thomas More University of Applied Sciences and Professor Learning at Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands Mirjam Stefels – Montessori trainer at Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands Symen van der Zee – Professor Alternative Education at Saxion University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands Jan Gaffney - Mentor, coach and consultant for Montessori education, school principal and past president of Montessori Aotearoa New Zealand, New Zealand Carla Foster – Director of Elementary Montessori training for the University of South-eastern, Norway Nina Helen Johansen – Executive director of Montessori Norway, Norway Beata Bednarczuk – Associate Professor in the Institute of Pedagogy at the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Poland André Shearer – Chairman of the Indaba Foundation, South-Africa Hsien-Wei Lee - Teacher at Harvard Montessori Educational Institution, Taiwan Barbara Isaacs – President of Montessori Europe, United Kingdom Angeline S. Lillard - Professor of Psychology at the University of Virginia, United States Ginni Sacket – Montessori trainer for the Association Montessori Internationale, United States

€ 69,50
DevOps Continuous Operations

Continuous Everything is the collective name for all Continuous developments that are currently going on in the DevOps world. By placing these under one heading, structure can be applied to individual developments and best practices can be defined on the basis of patterns. The term 'Continuous' includes the terms: outcome driven development, incremental & iterative working, waste reduction through a Lean approach, holistic working by including people, process, partner & technology in the scope and giving continuous attention to a deliverable (product or service) across the entire lifecycle from an end-to-end approach. This book is a collection of 4 Continuous Everything books, namely: 1. Continuous Deployment 2. Continuous Monitoring 3.Continuous Learning 4. Continuous Assessment For each Continuous Everything aspect area it is indicated how to organize it in your organization based on the change manager paradigm and architecture principles and models. The best practices are also discussed per aspect area. With this book in hand, you have a powerful tool to further your DevOps skills.