We don’t have formal teachers. We don’t have formal classrooms either. Our students learn by doing.
The more recent research show that the traditional way is not always the best way. Neuroscience and cognitive science give us a better understanding of the learning process. We use that approach to adapt and pace our courses. On the other hand, we let our student be autonomous and responsible for their own progress. Together, we build the learning curve.
Designing software requires a large array of skills, not only programming, but analyzing needs and creating solutions. Our students discover the latest tech innovation alongside the necessary core knowledge. They learn to adapt, and how to face every tech evolution in the future, or even better, anticipate them.
What does a week in such a teaching environment look like? Well, it’s a subtle balance between three software days, one focused on English, and one on soft skills.