Every Child is a born genius and has a natural ability to learn.
At Mindseed, we identify your child’s inherent interests and talents to create an individualised curriculum for him.
We do this through Our Revolutionary Learning Methods
An educator to the core, what better role for Amrut than that of Chief Learning Officer? Amrut, with his MBA from Duke University has created a model for Learning 2.0 prevalent across all the Mindseed schools. His early experience in co-founding Vishwajyot High School, and subsequently raising funds for Skil Infrastructure (where he raised funds of $75 Mn, and led the Pipavav Port IPO) has also helped when it comes to developing scalable education models suited to the Indian eco-system. While in the US, Amrut spent considerable time studying various education models, interacted with the team at KIPP as well as Rocketship Schools, and developed his theory of learning in close collaboration with Shrikant Datar (Associate Dean, Harvard University). He honed the theory while teaching high-schoolers at Vishwajyot, and now works closely with the academic and product team at Mindseed to bring his vision to reality.
Prasad is an entrepreneur at heart and has early experience in setting up and running the 35-member team for Carrera Jeans, as well as a garment supply business for early stage European brands. He moved back into education with Vishwajyot, with the intention to identify bottlenecks to scale. His vision was strengthened during the time he spent at INSEAD, working on exactly the same problem. Prasad leads operations and scaling at Mindseed today, and dreams of impacting the lives of 1 Mn learners by 2020.
Our team at Mindseed is a diverse set of people who all believe in the same thing. Changing the world by unlocking each person’s learning potential.
Ages 1.5 to 3 years – In playgroup, we get children to play, building crucial skills like self-expression, self-confidence, and fine motor development.
Ages 3 to 4 years – In this age group, our primary focus is on building critical pre-math and cognition based skills like identifying patterns, sequencing, size and quantity etc.
Ages 4 to 5 years – Language skills become very critical. We teach language effectively through Phonics and storytelling.
Ages 4 to 5 years – Writing skills become important in UKG, which we teach through emergent literacy. Also, we focus on knowledge and the discovery of new things.
Shifa was always shy and her inability to speak in English have always pulled her down in her earlier school but within three months of being in Mindseed my child is now understanding instructions in English and is even talking in English.
My daughter has become very active and her curiosity level has increased from the time we have put her in Mindseed. We have suddenly realised that every small thing around her needs to be questioned.
From being the crankiest kid in the school Sachin has now become one of the many active students in his school and our locality. He is now teaching his grandparents some rhymes he learns at school. Thank you Mindseed for making my son confident and turning him into a socialite.
Because of the techniques used by the teacher, Aditi is learning very fast. She recognises colours very well. She keeps singing songs at home. She can say the days of the week and months of the year. And best of all, she loves to go to school every day
Bhaavan is learning a lot. At home, he is recognising all shapes and telling the names along with the shape (he says black blocks on the floor, rectangle TV etc). Sometimes, he copies letters from the newspaper. He tells us what dots make a letter and how letters sound. He shares his things and food with his friends with a cute smile. We are very happy with Bhaavan's progress,