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About Educator Resources

Experiential learning is an engaged learning process going beyond the classroom, where students learn through practicing what they learn in a work environment, and reflecting on that experience. Compared to the traditional teaching method of delivering information through lectures, experiential learning has been proved to foster increased motivation and interest in students’, as they are directly involved in the learning experience. In today’s economy, experiential learning opportunities have become increasingly valuable for students, and as an educator, it is important that you are integrating this into your classroom, and finding the best opportunities for your students. The following guide walks you through the benefits experiential learning has for institutions, the preference over traditional teaching methods, and the logic and components behind experiential learning.


An Educator's Guide to Experiential Learning

The Educator’s Package helps instruct educators on what experiential leaning is, its different components and how educators’ can integrate more experiential learning opportunities into classroom settings and into school curricula. Moreover, this package will also provide resources to help gage the quality of experiential learning opportunities that educators’ are currently providing and provide tips on how to improve these experiences.

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