Making Sense of Experiential Learning: Diversity in Theory and Practice

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Susan Warner Weil, Ian McGill
Society for Research into Higher Education & Open University Press, 1989 - 280 страница
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This book appraises the multiplicity of meanings and practices associated with experiental learning in an international context.The editors have identified four distinct villages within the global village of experiential learning. One village is identified around the recognition of prior experiential learning as a means of gaining access to educational institutions, employment and professional bodies. A second is the place for those who centre their activities on reforming mainstream higher and continuing education. A third is for those people who place experiential learning leading to social change outside educational institutions. Finally, there is the village where the focus is placed on the potential and practice of personal development. The contributors to this volume come from all four villages.

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