8 Important Things to Know About The Experiential Learning Cycle
An easy to ready and updated article on 8 important things to know about the experiential learning cycle. In this article David and Alice outline 8 important insights from Experiential Learning Theory along with corresponding tips for educator practice:
Learning is an endlessly recurring cycle not a linear process.
Experiencing is necessary for learning.
The brain is built for experiential learning.
The dialectic polarities of the cycle are what motivate learning.
Learning styles are different ways of going around the learning cycle.
Full cycle learning increases learning flexibility and development.
Teaching around the learning cycle.
The learning cycle can be a rubric for holistic, authentic assessment.