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Drawing on the work of John Dewey and Jean Piaget, experiential learning is an active process. As the name implies, at its most basic, experiential learning is learning through experience. Ideas and theories are linked to practices and processes in authentic and meaningful experiences. Crucially, these experiences are connected to the learning objectives of the course and have an explicit purpose. Examples of experiential learning include efforts to connect theory and practice through the linking of course work and field work — for example, in disciplines such as teaching, social work, or geography. Take, for instance, the case of a teaching practicum that is integrated into the term e. In their coursework, teacher candidates may consider shared problems that they are encountering and apply research-based strategies connected to theory in order to attempt to address struggles and reflect on the effectiveness of the suggested strategies.
We reflect on everyday problems and situations all the time: What went well? How do I feel about it? Reflection is a means of processing thoughts and feelings about an incident, or a difficult day Reflection can be particularly useful in dealing with a difficult or challenging situation. We can think of reflection as being informal involving self-questioning and developing awareness of our own assumptions and formal drawing on research and theory and providing guidance and frameworks for practice.
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A multisensory approach that involves experiencing literature through hands-on and e-learning environments can promote reading acquisition efficiently, bridging the gap between diverse student bodies. Students must be rejuvenated to become interested or maintain interest in literacy, and using technology and experiential learning should be of central focus. Emerald Group Publishing Limited. Report bugs here. Please share your general feedback. You can join in the discussion by joining the community or logging in here.
Moon, Jennifer A. A handbook of re¯ective and experiential learning: theory and practice/Jennifer Moon. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. 1.
Education Details: Learning new techniques for teaching is like the fish that provides a meal for today; reflective practice is the net that provides the meal for the rest of one's life. Reflective practitioners take an inquiry stance in that they actively search for understanding, and are always open to further investigation. Education Details: Reflective teaching is an inquiry approach that emphasizes an ethic of care, a constructivist approach to teaching, and creative problem solving Henderson, An ethic of care respects the wonderful range of multiple talents and capacities of all individuals regardless of cultural, intellectual, or gender differences. Education Details: Argyris, M.
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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Moon Published Psychology. Introduction Part 1: A generic view of learning 1. The process of learning: the development of a generic view of learning 3.