Sprint Template
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Schedule:

πŸ“ This is an example of a schedule used for a sprint over two days with each day lasting for two hours.
DAY 1: 2 Hours (πŸ“Add Date)
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Activity
Time (Minutes)
Welcome + Intro +Code of Conduct
5
Icebreaker and Introductions
15
Intro or Keynote
10
Breakout room discussions
20
Goals/Objectives of Sprint (here you can talk about how to participate and expected outcomes)
5
Tasks and assignments (people signing up for tasks and assignments)
5
Day 1 - 1 Hour Remaining (Pomodoro coworking)
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Breakout room (to work on tasks and assignments)
20 minutes pomodoro
10 minutes break
20 minutes pomodoro
10 break wrap-up
DAY 2- 2 hours (πŸ“Add Date)
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Activity
Time (Minutes)
Breakout room (to work on tasks and assignments)
10 mins intro 20 mins work 10 mins break 20 mins work 10 mins break
20 minutes work
Wrap-up: 30 minutes
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Milestones achieved + future plans
10
Discussions and Thanks
20

Day 1:

1. Welcome (Speakers name , x minute) [0:00-0:0x]

2. Inclusive instructions (Speakers name , x minute) [0:00-0:0x]

Do you have limited internet resources? Please let us know and we will aim to keep our video off and operate audio-only. Let us know anonymously:
  • πŸ“ You could use Slido
  • πŸ“ Alternatively people can write in the google doc / etherpad anonymously.
πŸ“ Code of conduct:

3. Icebreaker and Introductions (Speakers name , x minute) [0:00-0:0x]

  • Say hello and introduce yourself.
    • Name
    • Interest
    • What brings you here?
Choose from following prompts:
πŸ“ Depending on how much time and the number of participants, you may want to add a few ice-breakers to choose from.
πŸ“ https://icebreakers.io/ offers a resource for ice-breaker questions depending on event type.
  • What is the best/worst advice you ever received and why?
  • Do you take notes or jot down ideas online or with a pen and paper?
  • If you are to learn any new skill that is not related to work, what would it be?

4. Goals of the call (Speakers name , x minute) [0:00-0:0x]

πŸ“ Choose between 3-5 goals of what you intend to achieve with this event.
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5. Breakout room discussions (Speakers name , x minute) [0:00-0:0x]

πŸ“ Aim of breakout room: list 3-5
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  • Our asks:
    • Listen; and share.
    • Only share what you feel comfortable sharing.
    • Give time and allow everyone in your room the opportunity to speak.
    • Use the ask for help button if you need an assist!
  • Say hello and introduce yourself
    • Name
    • Interest
    • What brings you here?
  • Choose from following prompts - no need or pressure to respond to all of them, share, +1, and ask questions.
πŸ“ Add 3-5 prompts attendees can choose to discuss in their respective rooms.
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Template:

5. Sprint How to/ Tasks and assignments (Speakers name , x minute) [0:00-0:0x]

Aim:

6. Sprint ( x minute) [0:00-0:0x]

Topics:

Sign up :
Name / affiliation / pronouns /
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Prompts/Notes:
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