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david a. kolb on experiential learning

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David Kolb, Howard Gardner, and Benjamin Bloom are just a few of the researchers who have studied how learning occurs.
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david a. kolb on experiential learning

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David A. Kolb (with Roger Fry)  created his famous model out of four elements: concrete experience, observation  and reflection, the formation of abstract concepts and testing in new  situations. He represented these in the famous experiential learning circle   that involves (1) concrete experience followed by (2) observation and experience  followed by (3) forming abstract concepts followed by (4) testing in new  situations (after Kurt Lewin).  It is a model that appears time and again.

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Experiential Learning - Emerging Perspectives on Learning, Teaching and Technology

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An experiential learning evangelist – - Macleans OnCampus

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In what ways can we help the powers that be understand that experience is what guides learning?

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