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Preparing 21st Century Teachers for Teach Less, Learn More (TLLM) Pedagogies
The process whereby knowledge is created through the transformation of experience.
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Promoting Role-Play Simulation Activities in Science-Based Modules
Lai Zee Wei (Taylor's University, Lakeside Campus, Malaysia) and Wei Hsum Yap (Taylor's University, Lakeside Campus, Malaysia)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-1435-1.ch008
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Educators are facing the challenge of selecting appropriate tools that ensure positive learning outcomes and quality of learning compared to traditional classroom settings. Role-playing simulation is an exciting and motivating tool for engaging students in the activities that are to be presented in the classroom. This study aimed to demonstrate that role-playing simulation activities are a unique and creative tool in science-based modules and how to deploy this student-centred approach that empowers students to take learning into their own hands and apply it in an engaging context. Two science-based modules are selected for implementation of role-play and simulation activities. In these activities, students take on different roles, assuming the profile of a character or personality, to interact and participate in diverse and complex learning settings. Overall, student feedback was positive. Students can apply what they have learnt, create new connections, and reinforce the core concepts by putting them into practice in a fun and engaging context.
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Mentoring and Lived Experiences of Beginning Teachers in a Resident Teacher Program
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MusicWorks: Supporting Students' Musical Career Paths Through Technology-Enhanced Authentic Learning
In this context, it refers to learning that is developed through experiences encountered as part of the learning process and modified through self-reflection.
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Developing Highly Effective Adjunct Faculty in a HyFlex Ed.D. Program
Learning that occurs by being actively involved in real-world situations.
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Strategic Leadership in Times of Crisis
Learning processes in which the experience of the learner is used as the prime source and stimulus for learning” (Boud, 2005, p. 243).
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The Foundations of Intentional Education Practice
Kolb's experiential learning style theory incorporates a four-stage learning cycle in which the learner experiences comprehensive learning ( Kolb et al., 2001 ). Concrete experience (a new experience or situation encountered, or a reinterpretation of existing experience). Reflective Observation of the new experience. Abstract Conceptualization (reflection gives rise to a new idea or a modification of an existing abstract concept). Active Experimentation (the learner applies them to the world around them to see what results). Effective learning is experienced when a person progresses through a cycle of four stages: (1) having a concrete experience followed by (2) observation of and reflection on that experience which leads to (3) the formation of abstract concepts (analysis) and generalizations (conclusions) which are then (4) used to test the hypothesis in future situations, resulting in new experiences (Merriam et al., 2020 AU67: The in-text citation "Merriam et al., 2020" is not in the reference list. Please correct the citation, add the reference to the list, or delete the citation. ).
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The Four Sources of Self-Efficacy: Implications for BSW Student Readiness for Field Placement
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Developing Instructional Methods
Naturalistic learning that utilizes concrete experience, reflective observation, abstract conceptualization, and active experimentation to enhance student learning and critical thinking skills.
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Innovating Teaching Pedagogy Through Teacher-Learner Partnership: The Case of Research Methods
The process of acquiring knowledge, skills and values from direct experiences, particularly from learning by doing.
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Fostering Intercultural Competence in Higher Education: Designing Intercultural Group Work for the Classroom
A learning theory proposed by David Kolb with understands learning as a process combining experience and reflection with cognitive elements.
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Teaching Cross-Cultural Competence in a Smart Machine Age: The Role of International Service Learning in the Business School Curriculum
The process of learning through experience whereby students participate in hands-on experiences, as opposed to passive, lecture-based instruction.
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Re-Imagining the Future of Experiential Learning Through a Campus-Wide Design Thinking Initiative
An active process in which the learner is guided through an intentionally designed activity to gain practical experience, self-awareness, and transferable skills.
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Business Education in the USA: Strategic Imperatives in the Age of Disruption
A method of educating through first-hand experience, learning by doing, transformation of experience. Skills, knowledge, and experience are acquired outside of the traditional academic classroom setting, and may include internships, studies abroad, field trips, field research, and service-learning projects.
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Learning to Lead in the Midst of Complex Times: A Window into the Nature of School Leaders’ Work Challenges
This kind of learning relates to learning-in-action (e.g., learning on the job). This is an opportunity for leaders to bridge theory to practice.
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Improving Experiential Learning in the Online Environment
The process whereby students are immersed in an experience and then encouraged to reflect on that experience to develop new knowledge, skills, or attitudes.
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Convergence at What Cost?: A Quasi Experiment of Professional Identity under the Bologna Process
Experiential learning activities provide the opportunity for students to apply content knowledge and practice newly learned skills within the real world setting. Information and skills that have originally been learned within a linear format and structure may now be applied within the context of the non-linear world.
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Expanding the Terrain of Online Higher Education Through Active Blended Learning
A student centered pedagogical approach of learning by doing.
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Techniques for Preparing Business Students to Contribute to Ethical Organizational Cultures
Participation in exercises aimed at developing understanding and interpretation, which involves a high degree of interpersonal action, sharing, dialogue and conversation among students and other participants. Experiential learning exercises include role-playing, simulation, case study and group analysis, and service learning, for example.
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Socially Responsible, Transformative Leadership for STEM Graduates
Put forward by David A. Kolb, it is the idea that people ‘learn by doing’ and by reflecting on their experiences of the activity.
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The Role of Two Extracurricular Programs in International Students' Informal Learning Experiences in Atlantic Canada
The ability to learn from practice, to gain new insights from observation, to refine perspectives from reflection, to transfer existed skills in new situation.
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Networking International Student Collaboration and Experiential Exercise Projects
Is a philosophy and methodology in which educators purposefully engage with students in direct experience and focused reflection in order to increase knowledge, develop skills, and clarify values” (Association for Experiential Education, para. 2). Experiential learning is the process of making meaning from direct experience, i.e., “learning from experience” ( Itin, 1999 ). Experiential learning is participative, interactive, and applied. ( Gentry, 1990 ). Experiential learning is also referred to as learning through action, learning by doing, learning through experience, and learning through discovery and exploration.
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The Development of a Gamified System for Health Activism as a Graduate Student Project
Learning by doing; hands-on learning; getting one’s hands dirty through practice.
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Testing Assessments of Integrated Experiential Learning
The process of learning through applied experiences and reflecting on those experiences ( Engeström & Sannino, 2012 ).
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Learning Management: An Analytical Approach for Teaching Methodologies Associated With Cognitive Skills
Experiential learning is the process of learning through experience, especially by reflection on doing.
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Self-Directed Learning in the Analytical Chemistry Laboratory: Examining Inquiry Skills
Process of learning by doing. By engaging students in hands-on experiences and reflection, they are better able to connect theories and knowledge learned in the classroom to real-world situations.
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Change and the American Military School's Future: Lessons of COVID-19
A learning process that integrates knowledge, skills and experience by applying them to real world issues, problems or events. It is central to the learning model of the American Military School. At a military school, learning takes place through the prism of leadership, an experiential process, a 24/7 leadership laboratory.
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Showing Business Students How to Contribute to Organizational Cultures Grounded in Moral Character
Participation in exercises aimed at developing understanding and interpretation, which involves a high degree of interpersonal action, sharing, dialogue and conversation among students and other participants. Experiential learning exercises include role-playing, simulation, case study and group analysis, and service learning, for example.
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Using 3D Printing as a Strategy for Including Different Student Learning Styles in the Classroom
The process of learning through experience, and is more specifically defined as “learning through reflection on doing.” Experiential learning can exist without a teacher and relates solely to the meaning-making process of the individual's direct experience.
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Adult Learning Theories and Principles
This adult learning theory focuses on developing life experiences through hands-on learning.
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Learning by Doing in 3D Environments: Collaborative Efforts in Second Life and Open Sim
Students learning by creating and doing; hands-on learning that is often more relevant to students and more memorable.
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Inquiry-Based Learning in Action: Theory and Practice in Higher Education
A learning process whereby knowledge is created through grasping and transforming concrete experiences.
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Competence Training for Project Management: Holistic Analysis Framework
Learning based on professional experience. It must be planned and subsequently evaluated.
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The Gifted Practitioner
Learning through cycles of experience and reflection.
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Employer Perspectives on Virtual International Working: Essential Skills for the Globalised, Digital Workplace
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The Heifer International Model of Sustainable Adult Education
Engaging in activities and experiences where the participant gains knowledge by actively participating and reflecting on the learning experience.
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Reflection as a Process From Theory to Practice
A process through which knowledge, skills and attitudes are developed through direct experiences that are supported by reflection, critical analysis and synthesis.
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Are We Ready for the Job Market?: The Role of Business Simulation in the Preparation of Youngsters
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Digital Storyworlds: Transformative Ways to Play
Learning through reflection on the process of taking active part in a task, activity, or experience.
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“Let Me Show You”: An Application of Digital Storytelling for Reflective Assessment in Study Abroad Programs
Learning that allows people to construct their own understanding and knowledge of the world through experience and reflection of those experiences to form deeper levels of knowing.
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Transformative eLearning and Portfolio Careers in Higher Education
Learning process which includes both action and reflection.
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Cross-Cultural Virtual Team Projects: International Virtual Engineering Student Teams
Knowledge or skills acquired through focused reflection on direct experience with real world problems or situations.
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Managing Study Abroad During a Global Pandemic: Transitioning a Service-Learning Course From on the Ground to Online
Learning that takes place (typically) outside of the classroom via hands-on learning and/or learning in real world settings.
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Work-Integrated Learning as a Model to Strengthen Industry-Academia Collaboration
A learner-centred approach whereby learning take place through doing and reflecting on an experience.
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Modeling the Skunkworks Technology: Sharing Experience to Make the Difference
Experiential learning is the process of learning through experience and is more specifically defined as learning through reflection on doing.
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The Impact of E-Learning on CTE from an Adult Education Perspective
The concept that learning occurs when an individual uses previous experiences to relate to new experiences. Once a connection occurs between the experiences new knowledge is obtained.
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Reflective Cycles and Reflexive Learning Principles: Teaching Ethics from the Learner Outward1
While most learning in schools and universities seems to be based on being lectured to and reading in books or online, experiential learning refers to processes that require us to do something other than reading or listening. Psychologists have identified a number of steps involved in learning from experience. It is a process that occurs outside formal educational settings, such as in teaching one’s self a new hobby.
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The City as a Laboratory: Concepts, Designs, and Experiments in Higher Education
Engaged learning process whereby students “learn by doing” and by reflecting on the experience.
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Materials Development: A Constituent Element of Teacher Training for EMI in Higher Education
Referring to ways of acquiring language and content through experiencing it in use, specifically through interaction with content in the target language.
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Experiential Learning in the Myself Project
A methodological approach aimed at providing the user with a realistic but non-threatening learning environment, in which to test the social and professional abilities that are required for a good management of critical situations.
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United States Participation in the European Project Semester: An Exceptionally Successful Endeavor
The process of acquiring information through the study of a subject without the necessity for direct textbook exposure.
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Andragogical Design Considerations for Online Multicultural Education
A hands-on learning strategy where students learn authentically by doing.
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Cross-Cultural Learning and Intercultural Competence
Kolb (1984) asserted that “Learning is a continuous process grounded in experience. Knowledge is continuously derived and tested out in the experience of the learner” (p. 27).
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Business Education in the USA: Evolution, Strategic Disruptors, and Implications
A method of educating through first-hand experience, learning by doing, transformation of experience. Skills, knowledge, and experience are acquired outside of the traditional academic classroom setting, and may include internships, studies abroad, field trips, field research, and service-learning projects.
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Higher Ed Through Grad Consulting: Developing Leadership Skills by Negotiating and Delivering Paid Client Assignments
The process of learning through discovery and reflection on the doing. The term is used in many contexts and covers a broad range of settings and pedagogical approaches. In this chapter, explorative learning refers foremost to the process of grad consulting.
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Combatting the “Silo Effect” in the Online Classroom: Employing a Discussion Board-Centric Approach
An educational practice that focuses on student “learning by doing” and includes a wide range of practices, including simulations and games.
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Teaching With Case Studies in Higher Education
A form of education allowing the student to experience certain facets of the lesson. Both simulation-based training and case-based instruction are forms of experiential learning.
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Reimagining the Internship and Practicum Program: Using Innovative Social Entrepreneurship Applications to Shape Personal Brands
Experiential learning is a method where students and/or persons learn through experiences, hands-on activities, and reflection.
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The Future of Transversal Competencies in Higher Education Assessment
The process of learning by doing through practice, repetition, and experience; usually accompanied by reflection to consolidate the learning.
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Bridging the Gulf Between the Campus and Workplace: The Role of English-Oriented Student Bodies
A strategy of teaching which focuses on learning from the personal experience of the student rather than theoretical knowledge.
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Simulation-Based Collaboration Training: Strengthening the Industry's Capacity to Collaborate
An approach to developing knowledge and skills by engaging the learner in direct experiences.
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Redesigning a Foreign Language Course With the Help of AI: Benefits and Challenges
Is learning by doing. Instead of just reading or listening, you learn better by actively experiencing and practicing things.
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Simulations in Business Education: A Case Study of Cesim™ Global Challenge
A set of academic theories, models, and approaches that keep as fundamental the real-life experience as a mechanism to understand, adapt, and replicate a certain learning objective.
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Blending Faculty and Student Affairs Professionals: Programmatic Partnerships in Civic Engagement
Opportunities that allow for students to experience content in a new way. This can be academic in nature or potentially experiences out in the community (i.e., student teaching).
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Faculty Memoirs: Study Abroad Business Program in China
Processes whereby students learn by doing and by reflecting on the experience.
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An Interdisciplinary Case-Based Approach to Preservice Interprofessional Training
Learning by active engagement in the process of doing along with reflection about the learning experience. Experiential learning involves hands-on application in actual or simulated situations.
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Developing Resilience through Experiences: El Camino Al Exito
Experiential learning is the process of learning through experience, and is more specifically defined as “learning through reflection on doing”. Experiential learning theory suggests that all learning is created by grasping and transforming experiences.
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Nurturing Students' Entrepreneurial Mindset: A Design Thinking Approach
Experiential learning is an educational approach that emphasizes the acquisition of knowledge and skills through direct, hands-on experiences. It involves actively engaging learners in real-world situations, tasks, or projects to apply their knowledge, reflect on their experiences, and extract valuable insights and lessons. The approach is valued for its ability to enhance retention, engagement, motivation, and the application of knowledge in real-world contexts.
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The Experience of Learning in an Alternative Certification Program
The process of learning as one traverses though a variety of contexts and settings.
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Teaching About Terrorism Through Simulations
Learning through experience and reflection upon those experiences. The process involves the student progressing through their own learning journey and can incorporate experience gained in non-classroom settings too.
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Community Activism and Impacting Communities Through High Impact Educational Practice
Experiential learning is a form of pedagogy which students learn by doing. Students are engaged in activities, related to a course curriculum or set of skills faculty want reinforced.
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Creating Sustainable Communities: Adult and Leadership Theories and Principles in Practice
Kolb (1985) AU51: The in-text citation "Kolb (1985)" is not in the reference list. Please correct the citation, add the reference to the list, or delete the citation. learning model which is based on learning through experience. Components of Kolb’s model include, concrete experience, reflective observation, active experimentation and abstract conceptualization.
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Challenges and Benefits of Multi-Cultural Teaching
Classroom or out of classroom exercises that require students to actively engage with and practice using course material.
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Developing and Sustaining Employee Engagement: The Strategic Perspective in Telecom Company
It is the process of learning through experience of others and is more specifically defined as “learning through reflection on doing.” It develops knowledge, skills and attitudes based on consciously thinking about an experience of the others.
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Closing the Skills Gap and Enhancing Employability Through Industry-Academia Collaboration
Is a process where students learn through hands-on experiences and reflection. The goal is to increase knowledge, develop skills, and clarify values.
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The Adult Learner in Higher Education: A Critical Review of Theories and Applications
Examples of experiential types of learning include projects, simulation, and case method.
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Developing TPACK Understanding Through Experiential Faculty Development
Facilitated instructional method that provides learners with real-world or real-world-like experiences upon which to reflect.
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Change Agency in Global Higher Education: Operationalising Inclusion and Diversity Through Strategic Curriculum Development
Is the process of learning via experience, which can also incorporate processes of critical reflection and reflexivity.
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The 4th Industrial Revolution and Its Impact on Entrepreneurial Education
A learning approach that emphasizes hands-on, practical experiences and active engagement in real-world entrepreneurial activities, such as startup projects, internships, or collaboration with industry partners.
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New Innovations in Higher Education's Academic Integrity and Classroom Strategies
An educational approach that emphasizes hands-on, practical experiences as a primary method of Learning, promoting active engagement and skill development.
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What College Students Gained Serving on Hiring Committees for Student Job Openings: From Initial Survey to Post-Graduation Transfer of Learning
“In its simplest form, means learning from experience or learning by doing. Experiential education first immerses adult learners in an experience and then encourages reflection about the experience to develop new skills, new attitudes, or new ways of thinking” ( Lewis & Williams, 1994 , p. 5).
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STEM Education in Iraq 2004-2022: Strategies, Challenges, and Outcomes
It’s learning by doing and participating to gain familiarity with the subject matter, obtain knowledge, develop new skills, and implement what you learned into action.
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Impacting and Influencing the System to Support Student Career Readiness, Voice, and Efficacy: Development of an Experiential Service-Learning Course
Provides an opportunity for students to develop transferable career development, communication, writing, and critical thinking skills.
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Developing Reflection on Values as a Foundation for a Business Career
The process of making meaning from direct experience, typically involving student activity in simulated and real tasks, as opposed to passive reception of knowledge from a didactic teacher.
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Improving Undergraduate STEM Education: A Four-Dimensional Framework
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The Effect of Innovative Communication Technologies in Higher Education
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Perceiving Sustainability: A Workshop Concept for Creating Awareness and Building Knowledge About Sustainable Development
A learner-centered approach of individuals creating knowledge through experiencing and reflecting suitable for multidisciplinary topics.
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Use of Experiential Learning in Higher Education Today
Often described as ‘learning by doing’, experiential learning engages learners in the actual practice and application of new skills or knowledge, thought to allow for greater understanding and retention.
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Using Digital Badges to Design a Comprehensive Model for High-Impact Experiential Learning
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Disrupting the Media Literacy Learning Process: Building a Community Media Lab to Transform Digital Journalism Education at HBCUs
Immersive, hands-on activities, usually facilitated outside of or as an alternative to the traditional classroom setting, which supports the continued development of knowledge, skills and abilities in a particular discipline.
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Instructional Design for Adult and Continuing Higher Education: Theoretical and Practical Considerations
The process of learning through experience, and is more specifically defined as learning through reflection on doing. Students are given opportunities to learn in authentic situations on campus or in the community like those provided in internships, field placements, clinical experiences, research, and service-learning projects.
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Integrating Digital Photography into Adult Education
Emphasizes the direct experiences of the participant or learner, as opposed to vicarious experiences absorbed through more passive and didactic approaches.
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Texting With Students: Facilitating Learning in Higher Education
A teaching and learning approach developed within adult education, emphasizing the use of hands-on practical work within/outside the classroom.
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eService-Learning: Bridging Online Graduate Students' Sense of Belonging With Community Engagement
The process of learning through experience, with learning occurring after reflecting upon learned materials.
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New Technologies Shaping Learning?: AR Learning Experiences and Integration Model
Experiential learning is a learning process through doing (experience) and reflecting. Person has a concrete experience following by the reflection of the experience. Effective experiential learning includes also abstraction analysis with generalization.
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Facilitating Connected Knowing Through Virtual Learning Communities
refers to knowledge generated from and situated in experience. For an experience to facilitate learning, the student must be able to identify and analyze specific goals, needs, and outcomes.
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The Use of Technology to Promote Engagement: Five Case Studies in Distance Education
“…the process whereby knowledge is created through the transformation of experience. Knowledge results from the combination of grasping and transforming experience” ( Kolb, 1984 , p. 41).
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Disruptive Practices: Advancing Socially Just Research Through Service Learning
A pedagogy involving students in activity, usually situated in an authentic context, and analytical reflection.
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Gamification, Learning, and the Acquisition of 21st Century Skills Amongst Malaysian Law Students
A learning process which requires the learner to actively be engaged through experiences. The learner is expected to reflect on the experience occurred in order to create a knowledge or a skill.
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Reengaging Texts, French, and Cultural Narratives: A Teaching Model for Crosscultural Communication in the Experiential Humanities
An educational practice that connects off-campus experiential activities with in-class learning and discussion.
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Simulation, Games, and Virtual Environments in IT Education
Learning based on experiences rather than listening or reading.
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The Trends and Problems of Virtual Schools
Learning based on direct and unmediated instruction or on physical interaction with people and materials.
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Revolutionizing Training: The Power of Experiential Learning and Technology for Retaining Skilled Workers
Experiential learning is an approach to education that emphasizes learning through first-hand experiences, reflection, and active experimentation. This approach to learning involves engaging in activities, tasks, or projects that require the learner to apply their knowledge and skills in real-world situations. Experiential learning involves a cyclical process of planning, doing, reflecting, and applying, with each step informing the next. It allows learners to gain a deeper understanding of a subject by actively engaging with it and reflecting on their experiences. Examples of experiential learning include internships, service learning projects, simulations, and hands-on laboratory experiments.
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The Benefits and Limitations of a Short-Term Study Abroad Program to Prepare Teachers in a Multicultural Society
Experiential Learning Theory defines learning as “the process whereby knowledge is created through the transformation of experience. Knowledge results from the combination of grasping and transforming experience” ( Kolb, 1984 , p. 41).
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Art Education in eSports: How to Incorporate Aesthetics Into the eSport Marketing Curriculum
A process of learning through experience. Learners need to reflect on that experience of what they did during learning to receive desired learning outcomes.
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The Problems and Possibilities of Virtual Schools
Learning based on direct and unmediated instruction, or on physical interaction with people and materials.
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Achieving UDL Through Student Voice: Reflections on Experiential Learning
A process of learning involving reflection on action or experiences to construct meaning and inform active experimentation with knowledge in practice. It addresses the concept of how experience makes learning meaningful.
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Hypermedia Modules for Distance Education and Beyond
It is a process through which a learner constructs knowledge, skill and value from direct experiences.
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Emerging Paradigms in Legal Education: A Learning Environment to Teach Law through Online Role Playing Games
Educational method based on the teaching role of experience and aiming at fostering new skills, attitudes or even new ways of thinking through the reflection on concrete activities.
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Effective Implementation of Sustainability Education in Higher Education Settings via Transformative Learning Approach: Literature Review and Framework Proposal
Learning which is about students’ engagement to realize the importance of engagement and action in their lives.
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Critical Reflections of Faculty Using TILT in Classrooms at a Historically Black University
Is a method where students learn course content by doing it and reflecting on this experience. Experiential learning activities include field exercises, undergraduate research projects, study abroad programs and internships.
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Multicultural Initial Teacher Training in Greece: Preparing Pre-Service Teachers for Migrant Education and Social Justice
Learning based on one’s own direct and indirect experiences. Learners’ emotions and self-reflection play a key role in the learning process.
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MOOCs Global Digital Divide: Reality or Myth?
A method of learning through lived experiences where knowledge and learning has been the outcome.
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21st Century Education for Special Needs Students: A Teacher's View and an Instructional Approach
A unit of study where experiencing a universal idea through problem-solving drives learning.
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Designing Work-Based Learning Approaches for Gen Y, Gen Z, and Beyond
Learning associated with application and implementing change.
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Successful Transitions From College to Career (C2C)
Experiential learning is an approach to education that focuses on learning by doing or on the participant's subjective experience. The role of the educator is to design direct experiences that include preparatory and reflective exercises.
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Virtual Learning Environments for Culture and Intercultural Competence
The acquisition of knowledge and skills through learning by doing, reflection, and repeated revision of internal mental models.
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Using UDL in Graduate Programs in Education to Erode Pedagogical Tension and Contradictions: Doing What We Preach
A pedagogical approach which privileges firsthand learner experience of phenomena. It argues that the process of concrete experience, observation, and conceptualization leads to rich authentic learning.
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The Reality of Artificiality: The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Language and Culture Course Assessments and Rubrics
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Teaching and Learning Through Interdisciplinary Pedagogies in a Second Life Environment: Focus on Integration and Assessment
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Developing Global Mindset Through Experiential Learning in Global Virtual Teams
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Active Learning Strategies in Higher Education in the Arab World
The experiential learning model allows youth to participate in engaging, stimulating activities that have a real-world basis.
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Application of Experiential, Inquiry-Based, Problem-Based, and Project-Based Learning in Sustainable Education
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Collaborative Approach to Successful Virtual Team Leadership
In an experiential learning environment, everything occurs within a social environment, our role as educators is to organize the knowledge, content and experiences into material that can be facilitated into quality learning experiences (Dewey, 1938 AU29: The in-text citation "Dewey, 1938" is not in the reference list. Please correct the citation, add the reference to the list, or delete the citation. ).
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Innovation Gaming: An Immersive Experience Environment Enabling Co-creation
It is the process of making meaning from direct experience. ( Itin, 1999 )
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Implementing TILT in Business Education: Content, Pedagogies, and a Generalized Toolkit
An instructional method where students learn by experience, either as participants in workspaces or by discussing practical issues in classroom settings. The latter is also referred to as applied learning. In the former, student experiences are analyzed, evaluated, or otherwise discussed by the instructor.
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Higher Education Through the Lens of a Liberal Arts University
Is hands-on learning experience for students. Traditionally school curricula were built on the foundation of theory and very little practice. Including activities that help students practice the theory is necessary to provide a holistic student learning experience.
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The Cohort Model: From Theory to Practice
Experiential learning theory (ELT) provides a holistic model of the learning process and a multilinear model of adult development, both of which are consistent with what we know about how people learn, grow, and develop. The theory is called “experiential learning” to emphasize the central role that experience rather than cognition or behavioral plays in the learning process.
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Experiential Learning Model for Online and F2F Programs in University Continuing Education
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A Well-Worn Path: Encouraging Partnerships With Non-Formal Educators
Educational approach where learning occurs through direct experience and active engagement with the curriculum.
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Decreasing Social Isolation in Older Adults and Stereotypes in Students: Experiential Learning Creates Gerontological Providers
Hands-on learning or deep learning, usually accomplished by providing students with an opportunity to engage in activities that are similar to future career duties, and then allowing students to reflect on their experiences.
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For-Profit Online Learning: The Student Experience
A learning theory that involved actively applying theories and concepts to real-world situations. Experiential learning curriculum may include internships, real-world projects, case studies, and simulations.
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Designing and Developing the Virtual English Adventure in Second Life
Experiential learning is learning through reflection on doing. Experiential learning theory defines learning as “the process whereby knowledge is created through the transformation of experience”. It focuses on the learning process for the individual and addresses the needs and wants of the learner.
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Solving Wicked Diversity, Equity, and Inclusive Problems From a Design Thinking Lens
A learning process that encourages reflection and action through experience.
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Role-Play in Virtual Reality: A Teaching Training Design Case Using OpenSimulator
The process of learning through direct experience and reflecting on the experience to gain knowledge and skills.
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A Study of Novice Faculty Members' Experiences During the Mentoring Process
A learning theory that relies on one’s experience to facilitate new knowledge.
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CALL in Service-Learning: Innovations to Foster Second Language Development
Learning and skills obtained that are the result of experiences outside the classroom as opposed to knowledge.
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Introduction to Simulation Learning in Emergency and Disaster Management
Refers to learning that is grounded in lived experiences and includes learning though activities like simulations, games, internships, and study abroad experiences.
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