The Experiential Learning Toolkit provides practical examples showing experiential learning in action across a range of cultures and contexts from education, to corporate training, to individual and organizational development.
An in-depth review by Roger Greenaway has been published here
“I am persuaded by the author’s commitment to making learning more real – a thread that is common to all the tools in this wide-ranging toolkit.
“A significant strength of this book is that most tools are original….” “I am impressed by the range of tools that use space and spatial relationships. Some involve moving labels and objects (‘Different Ways to Know’, ‘Nuts and Bolts’, ‘How to get to …’). Others involve giant models or maps on which participants move (‘Just Four Steps’, ‘Ace of Spades’ and ‘Walk the Talk’). Seeing, touching, moving and making are fully integrated into most of these tools for experiential learning.”
Our thanks to Roger Greenaway
I am persuaded by the author’s commitment to making learning more real – a thread that is common to all the tools in this wide-ranging toolkit.