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Text, audio and visuals alone is not enough to change behaviour or adopt a new skill.
Researchers have found that experiences have a greater impact in skills development and behaviour change. These experiences can be obtained through simulation, deep practice, on-the-job and many more.
Experiential learning is a process through which students develop knowledge, skills, and values from direct experiences outside a traditional academic setting. It can encompass a wide variety of work experiences, such as internships, on-the-job, research and many more.
If we want to ensure our students or workforce effectively adopt a new skill or behaviour, how can we shape the learning experience? What are the important elements of designing an effective experiential learning?
About Jay Kornnatt Surapat
Jay is a transformative facilitator and the Managing Director of Transformagent Academy based in Bangkok, Thailand. Jay has been a facilitator all his life. Since 2008, he has used experiential learning in his training programs and his life.
In this episode, you will enjoy…
- What Experiential Learning is all about and what makes it powerful
- Identifying the things to consider when designing an experiential learning programme
- What important elements that make an experiential learning programme successful
- Recognising and dealing with the common challenges in designing and facilitating an experiential learning programme
- Expert’s advice on where to start in creating an experiential learning programme
- Experience is like a doorway, that when we notice, open and embrace it– there are numerous unfolding knowledge and insights that helps unlock oneself and even heal inner wounds.
- All of us has a learning cycle, and this makes you grow everyday internally– like emotionally, mentally and spiritually.
- Set the flow of learning with understanding the past, connecting the present and having thoughts for the future.
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