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Mindtree Learning Best Practices. Krishnan KS, Head of Culture and Competence, Mindtree. CHALLENGE. CHANGE. Many engineers and jobs but poor engineering skills in jobs. Classroom to Project- based Learning. Assessments lead to fear and hinder learning.

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Mindtree learning best practices

MindtreeLearning Best Practices

Krishnan KS, Head of Culture and Competence, Mindtree


CHALLENGE

CHANGE

Many engineers and jobs but poor engineering skills in jobs

Classroom to Project-based Learning

Assessments lead to fear and hinder learning

Periodic to Continuous Assessments

Lack of 21st Century Skills

From Competition to Collaboration


Project based learning
Project-based learning

Curriculum Forward

TO

Capability Backward

Engineering Skills

Plan

Solve

Debug

Design

Refactor

Fix


Story telling
Story telling

Everyone likes a good story!


Continuous assessments
Continuous Assessments

Instill Capability | Validate Real Learning | Give Continuous Feedback


Collaborative learning
Collaborative Learning

Groups learn 21st Century skills together


Outcome
Outcome

Feedback

  • Learners: “Real life is more complex but we feel confident we can cope”

  • Managers: “They are able to do the job better”

  • Faculty: Was most difficult to change

    Performance in learning program improved


K. S. Krishnan

[email protected]

www.mindtree.com/social


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