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by David Boud,Nod Miller

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David Boud,Nod Miller
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Learning through experience is the normal, commonplace approach to learning and we take it for granted. Whilst much is known about teaching and being taught, far less attention has been given to learning in context - in particular, to learning outside the classroom.

Learning through experience is the normal, commonplace approach to learning and we take it for granted. Yet this is in fact where most learning takes place. One possibly neglected area is the role which people, other than the learner, play in facilitating learning. This role is undertaken not only by teachers, trainers, parents and counsellors, but also by managers, supervisors, care-givers and friends.

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Learning through experience is the normal, commonplace . Nod Miller is Professor in the Department of Innovation Studies, University of East London. This book brings together the experiences of a number of practitioners; who write from often strongly contrasting perspectives; these include feminism, Marxism, critical pedagogy, post-modernism and Gestalt, humanistic, clinical and transpersonal psychology.

Fraser, W. (1995) Learning From Experience. Empowerment or incorporation, Leicester: National Institute of Adult Continuing Education. Examines APL, APEL and asks what is lost and gained in the translation of private experience into the public sphere. Based on the experience of various courses. Jarvis, P. (1987) Adult Learning in the Social Context, London: Croom Helm.

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They deal with and elaborate their pupils experiences in a way that is remi- niscent of Colb’s learning cycle

They deal with and elaborate their pupils experiences in a way that is remi- niscent of Colb’s learning cycle.

Learning together children and adults in a school community, Published: (2001).

Miller, Nod. Format: Electronic. Learning together children and adults in a school community, Published: (2001). Learning together : children and adults in a school community, Published: (2001). The action learning handbook : powerful techniques for education, professional development and training, by: McGill, Ian. Published: (2004). Playing with purpose : how experiential learning can be more than a game, by: Hutchinson, Steve,, et al. Published: (2011).

Boud, David, Ruth Cohen, and David Walker, eds. Using Experience for Learning. Boud, David, and Nod Miller. Working with Experience: Animating Learning. New York: Routledge, 1996. Brookfield, Stephen D. Understanding and Facilitating Adult Learning.

Experience-based learning All content in this area was uploaded by David Boud on Feb 03, 2016. experiential learning cycle, greatly influenced by the earlier work of Kurt Lewin, has been

Experience-based learning. How we measure 'reads'. All content in this area was uploaded by David Boud on Feb 03, 2016. experiential learning cycle, greatly influenced by the earlier work of Kurt Lewin, has been. widely reproduced and used (see Chapter 3, this volume). John Heron (1989, 1993) has written widely on the role of the facilitator, stressing the.

Every day we are confronted with problems and challenges which we address by drawing on our experience and by using this experience to find ways of learning what to do in new circumstances. Learning through experience is the normal, commonplace approach to learning and we take it for granted. Whilst much is known about teaching and being taught, far less attention has been given to learning in context - in particular, to learning outside the classroom. Yet this is in fact where most learning takes place. One possibly neglected area is the role which people, other than the learner, play in facilitating learning. This role is undertaken not only by teachers, trainers, parents and counsellors, but also by managers, supervisors, care-givers and friends. This book brings together the experiences of a number of practitioners, who write from often strongly contrasting perspectives. Such perspectives include feminism, Marxism, critical pedagogy, post-modernism and Gestalt, humanistic, clinical and transpersonal psychology.