Experiential Learning

What people said about this book:“Wow! mind-blowing stuff. it’s going to be some time before I stop enthusing about this book. this is a must for all development practitioners, educators, trainers and facilitators alike…meticulously researched…the breadth of coverage is remarkable…five out of five stars.”

Personnel Today

(Review by Alison Norris, HR Consultancy Manager, MHL Support).


“This will no doubt encourage numerous practitioners to search for the new and awaken in them the desire to approach the task of teaching young and adult students alike in an innovative, yet also critical way.”

Dr Nena Mijoc, Associate Professor of Andragogics and Andragogical Didactics, University of Ljubljana

“Everything that can possibly provide, or affect, a learning experience, is discussed: most theories of learning and every conceivable way to interest learners in an activity.”

Erwin Rausch, Kean University, USA in Learning and Organizational Development Journal

“Full of useful and creative ideas that can be used by trainers and facilitators to develop a range of skills.”

People Management

“A well researched book. i relished the breadth of its ideas and the variety of its references…as bracing and uplifting as the natural landscapes it alludes to.”

Training and Coaching Today

“There is a vast array of information in here that could prove useful to trainers and educators…lots of interesting nuggets…if you are new to experiential learning or haven’t had the opportunity to learn about many of the theories and research it is based on, this would be an invaluable book to read.”

Training Journal

“A crucible of useful ideas for management education, corporate training, youth-development work, schools, colleges and universities…a handbook that flows and bids you read on.”


“A rich modern guide to the crucial experiential aspect of modern training and education in which theory and application are extensively and expertly explained.”


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