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Finally it illustrates the interrelationships between experiential and academic learning. This book also provides a wealth of practical strategies and tools enabling the reader to prepare for useful experiential learning.

Author: Edward Cell

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 0873958322

Category: Psychology

Page: 245

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Our success in life and living depends largely on our ability to learn from experience. Direct contact with things and persons affects every facet of our lives--behavior, perception, autonomy and creativity. This overview of experiential learning explores the process of learning from experience, showing how it affects one's personality and offers means to cope with feelings of powerlessness and insignificance. The book describes the conditions under which experiential learning results in personal growth and those in which growth is inhibited. It shows how we test the validity of our interpretations and how we resist such tests. Learning to Learn from Experience examines the learning process in various types of social relationships. It shows how learning in large groups differs from that in intimate circles. Finally it illustrates the interrelationships between experiential and academic learning. This book also provides a wealth of practical strategies and tools enabling the reader to prepare for useful experiential learning.
1984-01-01 By Edward Cell

But my mission is making learning fun. Where does the game stop and the learning start? The game provides an opportunity to gain an experience. But how do we learn from experience? It is not automatic. My favourite definition of ...

Author: John Sleigh

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781984502193

Category: Education

Page: 296

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This book has over fifty interactive training activities: —To start, enhance, or conclude a session or subject area —From ten minutes to two hours —Individual, pair, team, and seminar-wide involvement —Negotiation, problem-solving, planning, and reinforcement Suggestions and strategies: —Icebreakers, breakout sessions, role plays —Brainstorming —Learning styles
2018-09-14 By John Sleigh

The tests are generally designed to be insensitive to specific learning experiences, making them questionable as ... that may ultimately indicate much about a child's potential as a learner or future ability to use what is learned.

Author: Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education

Publisher: National Academies Press

ISBN: 9780309032322

Category: Education

Page: 286

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Prepared by the Panel on Outcome Measurement in Early Childhood Demonstration Programs, this report attempts (1) to characterize recent developments in programs and policies for children and families that challenge traditional approaches to evaluation, and (2) to trace the implications of these developments for outcome measurement and for the broader conduct of evaluation studies. The report is divided into two parts. Part I begins by tracing the historical evolution of demonstration programs and their evaluations from 1960 to the mid-1970s. Next, the policy issues and programs that have evolved in recent years and that appear to be salient for the 1980s are examined in detail. Some important implications of these programs and policy developments for outcome measurement and evaluation design are then identified. Finally, implications of the evaluation process for the dissemination and utilization of results, for the organization and conduct of applied research, and for the articulation between applied research and basic social science are pointed out. Part II includes six background papers which were prepared by the panel members together with outside consultants to facilitate the panel's discussion of the evaluation of children's programs. Each paper covers a specific type of program: health, day care, family service, preschool compensatory education programs, and programs for the handicapped. In addition, a paper on the communication and dissemination of the results of evaluations is included. (MP)

It may be helpful to consider this in planning our learning experiences . Secondly , in addition to how we prepare , our effectiveness in learning from experience will involve the conditions we encounter . All of us probably have areas ...

Author: Edward Cell

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 0873958330

Category: Psychology

Page: 245

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Our success in life and living depends largely on our ability to learn from experience. Direct contact with things and persons affects every facet of our lives—behavior, perception, autonomy and creativity. This overview of experiential learning explores the process of learning from experience, showing how it affects one’s personality and offers means to cope with feelings of powerlessness and insignificance. The book describes the conditions under which experiential learning results in personal growth and those in which growth is inhibited. It shows how we test the validity of our interpretations and how we resist such tests. Learning to Learn from Experience examines the learning process in various types of social relationships. It shows how learning in large groups differs from that in intimate circles. Finally it illustrates the interrelationships between experiential and academic learning. This book also provides a wealth of practical strategies and tools enabling the reader to prepare for useful experiential learning.
1984-06-30 By Edward Cell

Specifically, we derive significantly more value in what we learn from our own experiences than from what we learn ... and organizational practitioners now recognize that a deliberate focus on learning from experience is one of the most ...

Author: George Hallenbeck

Publisher: Center for Creative Leadership

ISBN: 9781604917123

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 67

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Experience is vital for a leader's success, but merely having an experience (such as a challenging new job, a stretch assignment, or an unexpected hardship) isn't enough. The best leaders know not just how to seek out developmental experiences, but how to extract the essential lessons within each experience and apply them to future situations. This book will walk you through a four step process for making the most out of your experiences. You will learn how to seek out beneficial experiences, make sense out of both old and new experiences, internalize the most useful lessons from each experience, and apply those lessons to new, unfamiliar, and challenging situations. By becoming learning agile, you'll be able to use the lessons of experience to meet the challenges headed your way.
2016-05-25 By George Hallenbeck

While it is convenient to pretend that only one of these aspects is in play , this is one of the greatest errors in considering learning from experience . It is one we often make as teachers when we are unable to identify fully with the ...

Author: David Boud

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

ISBN: 9780335230846

Category: Education

Page: 176

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What are the key ideas that underpin learning from experience? How do we learn from experience? How does context and purpose influence learning? How does experience impact on individual and group learning? How can we help others to learn from their experience? Using Experience for Learning reflects current interest in the importance of experience in informal and formal learning, whether it be applied for course credit, new forms of learning in the workplace, or acknowledging autonomous learning outside educational institutions. It also emphasizes the role of personal experience in learning: ideas are not separate from experience; relationships and personal interests impact on learning; and emotions have a vital part to play in intellectual learning. All the contributors write themselves into their chapters, giving an autobiographical account of how their experiences have influenced their learning and what has led them to their current views and practice. Using Experience for Learning brings together a wide range of perspectives and conceptual frameworks with contributors from four continents, and should be a valuable addition to the field of experiential learning.
1993-10-16 By David Boud

Author: Mary Anne Doyle

Publisher: National Education Assn

ISBN: STANFORD:36105032529658

Category: Education

Page: 32

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1990 By Mary Anne Doyle

Application of Mediated Learning Experience COGNET The Cognitive Enrichment Network Educational Program ( COGNET ) establishes a framework through which teaching staff , parents , and others work together to help at - risk children to ...

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Publisher: APH Publishing

ISBN: 8131304949

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The contents are all based in accordance with the author's working experience in a Chartered Accountants firm. Experiential learning can be adapted based on the experiences gained in the industry which will enhance student's knowledge ...

Author: WAN ZURAIDA WAN YUSOFF

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 9781716597121

Category: Business & Economics

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THIS BOOK IS ABOUT AUTHOR'S EXPERIENCE UNDERGOING INTERNSHIP AT A CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT FIRM
2020-09-08 By WAN ZURAIDA WAN YUSOFF

Experiential Learning enables educators, trainers, coaches and facilitators to unleash some of the more potent ingredients of learning through experience.

Author: John P. Wilson

Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers

ISBN: 9780749467661

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 344

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Experiential Learning enables educators, trainers, coaches and facilitators to unleash some of the more potent ingredients of learning through experience. It presents a simple model: the Learning Combination Lock, which illustrates the wide range of factors that can be altered to enhance the learning experience. The theory is brought to life with hundreds of examples from around the world and covers issues such as: experience and intelligence; facilitation, good practice and ethics; learning environments; experiential learning activities; and working with the senses and emotions. Experiential Learning offers the skills that can be successfully applied to a variety of settings including management education, corporate training, team-building, youth-development work, counselling and therapy, schools and higher education and special needs training. This fully updated third edition includes guidance for coaches, cutting edge new material on sensory intelligence and updated models, tools and case studies throughout. Online supporting resources include 'Introduction to Sensory Intelligence' audio files.
2013-08-03 By John P. Wilson