The Power of Experiential Learning: A Handbook for Trainers and Educators

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Kogan Page, 2002 - Business & Economics - 261 pages
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Experiential learning is developing as a serious academic discipline and as a proven staff development technique. This handbook pulls together for the first time both the theory and practice of this wide-ranging approach that covers all types of learning that employs activity-based experience. Covering outdoor training, office based learning activities and the wide range of unusual techniques now being used on both sides of the Atlantic (using actors in training sessions, the structured use of reflection in the training and development cycle etc) the book offers both a though theoretical under-pinning and detailed practical advice often pulled from workshop material.

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John P. Wilson is a director of The Experiential Company.

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