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An Introduction to Experiential Education

Experiential education is learning through an experience and reflection on that experience. This introduction explains the function, value and characteristics of experiential education and offers some ideas for how to apply this approach in your context.

This introduction to experiential education has been developed with Patrick Green, Cynthia Stewart and Lark Hovey. To get started, click on the first lesson. This course includes several short videos and should take approximately 45 minutes to complete.

When completed you will:  

  • Understand what experiential education is and the principles that underpin effective practice
  • Know how to apply experiential education in your context, with reference to specific case studies
  • Be able to go further with experiential education through the use of the DIAL framework.

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  • 5 Lessons
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