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learning_theories:experiential_learning [2012/01/12 11:42]
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learning_theories:experiential_learning [2013/09/30 22:43]
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-Experiential learning theory is a **cycle learning theory** introduced by American educational theorist [[http://education.stateuniversity.com/pages/3114/David-Kolb.html|David Kolb]]((Some sources like [[http://​www.lifecircles-inc.com/​Learningtheories/​learningmap.html|Cooper,​ S. Theories of Learning in Educational Psychology]] or [[http://​tip.psychology.org/​|Kearsley G. Explorations in Learning & Instruction:​ The Theory Into Practice Database]] associate experiential learning with [[http://​www.nrogers.com/​carlrogersbio.html|Carl Rogers]].)) in 1971((Kolb, D. A. Individual learning styles and the learning process. Cambridge, MA: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1971.)) and was inspired by earlier works of [[http://​www.muskingum.edu/​~psych/​psycweb/​history/​lewin.htm|Kurt Lewin]], [[http://​www.piaget.org/​aboutPiaget.html|Jean Piaget]]((See also: [[learning_theories:​Stage Theory of Cognitive Development]])) and [[http://​dewey.pragmatism.org/​|John Dewey]]. As it was developed within [[learning_paradigms:​humanism|humanist paradigm]], experiential learning offers a **holistic perspective on learning** and is orientated mostly on adult learning. Name of this theory was intended to should emphasize the importance of experience in the learning process.+Experiential learning theory is a **cycle learning theory** introduced by American educational theorist [[http://infed.org/mobi/david-a-kolb-on-experiential-learning/​|David Kolb]]((Some sources like [[http://​www.lifecircles-inc.com/​Learningtheories/​learningmap.html|Cooper,​ S. Theories of Learning in Educational Psychology]] or [[http://​tip.psychology.org/​|Kearsley G. Explorations in Learning & Instruction:​ The Theory Into Practice Database]] associate experiential learning with [[http://​www.nrogers.com/​carlrogersbio.html|Carl Rogers]].)) in 1971((Kolb, D. A. Individual learning styles and the learning process. Cambridge, MA: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1971.)) and was inspired by earlier works of [[http://​www.muskingum.edu/​~psych/​psycweb/​history/​lewin.htm|Kurt Lewin]], [[http://​www.piaget.org/​aboutPiaget.html|Jean Piaget]]((See also: [[learning_theories:​Stage Theory of Cognitive Development]])) and [[http://​dewey.pragmatism.org/​|John Dewey]]. As it was developed within [[learning_paradigms:​humanism|humanist paradigm]], experiential learning offers a **holistic perspective on learning** and is orientated mostly on adult learning. Name of this theory was intended to should emphasize the importance of experience in the learning process.
  
  
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     * **Concrete experience (CE)**, **reflective observation (RO)**, **abstract conceptualization (AC)**, **active experimentation (AE)**, **assimilator**,​ **converger**,​ **accomodator**,​ **diverger**,​ **learn­ing style inven­tory**,​ **learning styles**, **northerner**,​ **westerner**,​ **easterner**,​ **southerner**,​ **balancing **     * **Concrete experience (CE)**, **reflective observation (RO)**, **abstract conceptualization (AC)**, **active experimentation (AE)**, **assimilator**,​ **converger**,​ **accomodator**,​ **diverger**,​ **learn­ing style inven­tory**,​ **learning styles**, **northerner**,​ **westerner**,​ **easterner**,​ **southerner**,​ **balancing **
-    * [[http://education.stateuniversity.com/pages/3114/David-Kolb.html|David Kolb]]+    * [[http://infed.org/mobi/david-a-kolb-on-experiential-learning/​|David Kolb]]
  
  
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