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Metodologia didattica


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Il documento (versione inglese) illustra l'approccio didattico seguito da HumanWare Learning Solutions

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Metodologia didattica

  1. 1. 2013Learning Framework HumanWare s.a.s. 2/11/2013
  2. 2. MODEL CENTERED LEARNING ARCHITECTURE (MCLA™)MCLA™ is a revolutionary approach to instructor-led classroom learning evolved by NIIT’s Research &Development team. Over the years research has shown that students learn best from an expert who servesas a role model, especially when the learning objectives are clearly defined in the context of real-lifescenarios.MCLA™ exposes the student to case studies and specific problem settings drawn from the industry. Thesescenarios serve as the backdrop for discussions and collaborative problem solving. Students first get anopportunity to observe their instructor solve the problem, then solve the problem on their own under hisguidance, and finally do unguided practice until they master the required skills.
  3. 3. DEPLOYMENT PRACTICESOur professionals administer training that imparts true Knowledge Transfer that is easily accepted bylearners: • The Expert Model: The expert demonstrates techniques for problem solving and exemplifies the use of best practices in a live environment; the learner absorbs the information in a comfortable setting. • Business/Industry Case Studies: Case studies drawn from the industry serve as a context to inform learners and familiarize them with typical organizational functions. This approach also enables learners to apply knowledge in different business domains. • Guided Practice: Learners solve problems of standard to high complexity based on the knowledge they have acquired. They record the solutions in the skill base provided, thereby creating a dynamic guide. • Guided Exploration: Learners develop skills via technical exploration and subsequently assimilate the new learning to remain up-to-date and self-reliant. • Independent Study: Without involved instructor guidance, learners implement and verify solutions to practice problems and thus build independent problems solving abilities.