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Agile Foundation Onderwijs

AGILE FOUNDATION EDUCATION consortium certified by

About the best practice

IP owner:The Agile Consortium®
Accreditation institute:Van Haren Certify
Examination institute:certN

Agile practices have found their way into the realm of education, and the Agile Foundation Education program exemplifies the value it brings. Agile in education promotes adaptability, collaboration, and student-centered learning, ultimately enhancing the educational experience and preparing students for the dynamic challenges of the future.

Certification definition

The Agile Foundation Education certificate recognizes proficiency in agile education practices with Scrum. Obtaining this certification demonstrates a good understanding of the principles and methodologies of agile education, specifically with Scrum@school.

Certification requirements

Candidates can become certified by passing the Agile Foundation Education certification exam.

Vouchers for the certification exam are available through Scrum@School and Van Haren Group.

Certificate renewal

The Agile Foundation Education certificate is valid for life.

Exam format

The general exam regulations apply to this exam.
Attempts per voucher:1
Number of questions:60
Passing score:70%
Time:60 minutes




Question type:Multiple choice

Exam Syllabus

The following table is an overview of the topics examined in the certification exam.
#questions Level(s) of Cognition Category
1 2 3
5 Scrum en Agile
13 Scrum in het onderwijs
13 Teams
10 Prioriteren, plannen, opleveren
9 Leren
3 Persoonlijke ontwikkeling
7 Rollen
More information about the levels of cognition
  • Level 1 - Knowledge: This level requires candidates to recall specific information or facts. They should demonstrate the ability to remember and recognize details, terms, or concepts from their learning materials.
  • Level 2 - Comprehension: At this level, candidates are expected to show their understanding of the acquired information. They should be able to interpret, explain, and summarize. Candidates must go beyond mere memorization and demonstrate that they can grasp the meaning and implications of the information they have learned.
  • Level 3 - Application: The focus at this level is on candidates’ ability to apply their acquired knowledge in practical situations. They should be able to use what they have learned to solve problems, apply principles, or implement strategies in real-world scenarios.
  • Level 4 - Analysis: Analysis involves candidates breaking down complex concepts into smaller parts and comprehending the relationships between them. Candidates must display the ability to analyze information, identify components, and understand the underlying connections between them.
  • Level 5 - Synthesis: At this level, candidates are expected to exhibit the ability to create something new by combining different ideas, concepts, or elements. Candidates must demonstrate their capacity to generate hypotheses, design experiments, or develop original solutions to problems. Synthesis involves creativity and the integration of different elements to form a novel whole.
  • Level 6 - Evaluation: This level requires candidates to use judgments or assessments based on criteria and evidence. Candidates must critically analyze information, compare and contrast different perspectives, and make informed decisions. They should demonstrate the ability to evaluate the quality, validity, and reliability of information, arguments, or solutions.

Reference Material

The reference material for the Agile Foundation Education exam is:

Scrum@School training slides

Trainer accreditation

No trainer accreditation program is available for this certification program.