Mogic thinks

With a combination of a small number of people + software + servers and robots.
We are promoting a new era of company management.
I hope to share some of the process in this section.

Representative Director Yoichi Yamane

Project Driven Training

Mogic has borrowed a bit of wisdom from various educational theories to develop in-house training.

The most commonly used one is project learning, which is running many large and small projects at the same time.

Project learning is where several people get together, decide on a theme and a goal, work out various things within a period of time to produce results, and receive feedback from all over the place.

Once you do this, the work will seem to become yours and teamwork will naturally develop.

However, support roles outside of the project members require a great deal of skill and the ability to observe, advise, anticipate, and persevere in order to "make sure the members get the results they want.

Is the project progressing to the halfway point and the members are not losing heart, losing sight of the significance, or feeling unfulfilled?

And since it is meaningless for the members if the support person is out of touch, he or she must give the best advice at the right time.

Surprisingly, the sense of management of the supporting role can grow very much.

We've been working on so many projects, and we're proud of ourselves that we've never had a setback.

Finally, from the afterword by Naohisa Ichimura, the translator of John Dewey's book
Experience and Education
Experience and Education

Dewey points out again and again how much more difficult it is for a teacher to discover material in the experience of students than in the way they follow already established knowledge and methods in teaching a subject.

At the same time, it suggests a viable way to solve the "hard problem," but it also suggests that tracing and understanding its logic requires intellectual effort.

Such intellectual efforts are also required of us teachers in the field of education.
We need to make an intellectual effort.