Experiential education

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  • Summary: Improving Community Through Art-Based Learning

    Author and educator, Amanda Alexander discusses how engaging a developmentally disabled community through art based learning helped create a better community. It all started when the author was selected by the University Service-Learning Fellowship to participate in monthly seminars during the 2012-2013 academic year. The seminars consisted of listening to guest speakers, writing reflections, reading information about service-learning, discussing service-learning possibilities, teaching methods,…

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  • The Five Philosophies Of Education

    There are five philosophies of education that focus on teachers and students; essentialism, perennialism, progressivism, social reconstructionism, and existentialism. Essentialism is what is used in today’s classrooms and was helped by William Bagley in the 1930s. Perennialism is close to essentialism with the same idea of sharpening student’s minds and focusing on Great Books. Progessivism, social reconstructionism, and existentialism focus more on the wants and need of the students. Many…

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  • Why I Hate Writing

    writing scares me. Note the course topic: teaching writing K-12. Mari and the other students telling me about their fears and hatred of writing are not freshman in their first college-level composition class. Most of them are junior and senior education majors, close to (if not already there) graduating and becoming fully certified school teachers. In other words, the very students who claim incompetence as writers themselves are the ones who will be teaching…

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  • Flipping The Classroom Analysis

    March 14, 2017. Talbert, Robert. "Inverted Classroom." Colleagues. 2012. Accessed March 16, 2017. http://scholarworks.gvsu.edu/colleagues/vol9/iss1/7. Prince, Michael. "Does Active Learning Work? A Review of the Research." Journal of Engineering Education 93, no. 3 (2004): 223-31.…

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  • Fault In Education System

    Have the teachers relied too heavily on the banking-system and oppressed the creative and critical thinking aspect of schooling, or are students at fault for their economic status and not putting in the necessary effort. Who is at fault in the education system? At first glance the blame starts to lean towards the student. “Experts agree that a large part of the dropout problem can be traced to social, economic and cultural factors that…

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  • The Virtue Approach Analysis

    shaped positively and negatively by one’s social environment” (Bates 83). I wanted to begin with this quote because I think it is the best way to summarize the virtue approach which is something I had never even heard of before taking the Experiential Education class. However, just because I had never heard the term ‘virtue approach’ does not mean that it had not been a part of my life: I just had never heard it be named. Rather, unknowingly, my environment and the adult influences in my life…

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  • 2 Code Of Ethics Of Continuing Education And Training Delivery

    To include at least 2 code of ethics of Continuing Education & Training (CET) in your role as a trainer. The CET Professional Values that is needed to apply are to be committed, aware, aspirational, evolutionary, innovative, principled. I feel that as a trainer, I need to be passionate and committed to my…

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  • Inquiry-Based Teaching

    enhance their learning experience and retention. Inquiry-based learning allows teachers to accomplish meeting standards while empowering students to ask questions that are relevant to them. It opens opportunities to explore and engage students in an education that is fueled by passionately pursuing their interest and not just limiting them to chosen materials by the teacher, but by guiding them to reach further explore even more information. Inquiry-based learning allows for the teacher to be…

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  • Annotated Bibliography For Physical Education

    Kantanista, A. Ciekot, M., Laudanska-Krezminska, I., & Szwed, S. (2009). Health-related intensity profiles of physical education classes at Different phases of the teaching/learning process. Biomedical Human Kinetics, 1, 86-91. This research study looked at three different types of teaching/learning processes and the intensity (measured by heart rate) at which physical education students performed. The three types of teaching learning were: acquiring and developing skills, selecting and…

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  • The Gap Between Nursing Education And Nursing Practice

    they must be clinically and scientifically prepared to handle national healthcare demands. Nursing education is a fundamental factor in training nurses who can provide high-quality health care services. Nevertheless, the existence of a huge gap between theory and practice in the field of nursing continues to be a worrying trend (Chang and Daly, 2012, p.261). To a significant extent, nursing education entails the combination of theory and practice. Integration of the two components is necessary…

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