The Students Corner section essentially acts as the Masai School notice board, for prospective candidates, currently enrolled students, alumni, and other stakeholders. Regular updates on iterations to the course curriculum and relevant resources for students can be found here.
11 Mistakes to Avoid While Starting a Career in Tech
While some specific mistakes can ruin a promising tech career, many of the bad choices observed are common across professionals in all fields. In this article, we take a look at the 11 most common mistakes that potentially slow the progression of a tech career.
Holistic Learning: Masai’s Mantra for professional success
The current education system seems to be falling short in forging personalities that start delivering the job expectations from day one. One of the big reasons why this happens is the lack of focus on providing education that is outcome driven.
Introducing Student Guide by Masai School
💡Update - The Student Guide program is paused as of now, and not operational. When students join Masai School, their mind is full of questions – * Where will the classes happen? How will I attend them? * What if I have questions? Who will answer them? * How will my attendance be tracked?
Masai’s 5 level support system for students
On average a Masai student would spend 1200+ hours writing code, solving 100s of assignments, and working on several projects before they graduate, and get placed as Software Developers. All of this learning and practice happens in a duration of 30 weeks, and thanks to Masai’s 5 level support
Understanding the I-do, We-do, You-do teaching pedagogy
A study by Conklin and Wilkins among elementary students showed great improvement in their reading levels while taking the ‘We do’ approach. And once they were able to read properly, they enriched their vocabulary and oral language skills as well.
Why we started the Thrive Program at Masai School
It doesn’t require any extra financial commitment, nor any adjustments in the payments towards the Pay After Placement(PAP). But when the world entered into lockdowns in March 2020, Masai School had its third cohort just graduated. The students were trying to find job placements at a time when