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    It is important to find out how reflection is carried out as this is an essential constituent in human learning and development. Reflection is a complex cognitive activity where evidence is generated from own practice, which can then be applied into practice. To discuss, what kind of new learning is possible from reflection, literature related three models of reflections is reviewed. John Dewey (Dewey, 1933, as cited in Rolfe, 2011, p.34), an eminent educationalist and philosopher claimed that…

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    The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate my experiential learning of interpersonal communication and how its fundamental role is manifested throughout our day-to-day interactions; primarily focusing on professional relationships in the workplace environment. The components supporting this piece include: realization of self-awareness through interpersonal communication, verbal and non-verbal communication, perceptions and barriers, conflict resolution, and the integration and effects of…

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    Dewey's Pedagogy

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    Dewey & Freire: An Experiential, Social Approach to Early Childhood Education When connecting the philosophical theories learned in class with my future pedagogical practices, I am naturally inclined to focus on those philosophers whose ideas resonated with me the most. As a believer that the purpose of education is to raise active members of society and that education can indeed change and improve our social system, I selected John Dewey and Paulo Freire as the two pillars of my teaching…

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    Community Leadership

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    LEADERSHIP SKILLS THROUGH SERVICE LEARNING COURSES In recent years, leadership training and service learning have been emphasized as important skills for employability. Service learning itself has a positive impact on leadership development. In this article, the author aims to give higher education faculty direction in planning, developing, and implementing a service-learning course aimed to help students develop their leadership skills through experiential learning. The author suggested keys…

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    Fish Is Fish Analysis

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    ability to extend learning from one context to a new context. The components of learning include initial learning, which consist of learning experiences. This is important in order for transfer to transpire. Secondly, contextualized knowledge tends to hamper the development of transfer, while, abstract representations can enhance the development of transfer. Thirdly, prior learning can be effective in gaining new knowledge from learning. Transferring from my perspective, would be learning…

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    Personal reflective account I have chosen to use Kolb 's (1931) experiential learning model of reflection to reflect on my personal experience of moving house. I considered this to be the best model to assist me in reflecting on my experience as it allowed me to reflect on what happened, what my experience was, why it happened and what I will do when/if it happened again (McLeod, 2010). What happened? I lived with my parents for 20 years, we had always lived in the same house, so I had never…

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    Cross Cultural Education

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    for American managers to better adapt to cultural differences. Studies regarding cultural intelligence have also identified 73 essential skills for expatriate success from prior research, which were distilled into the three most important experiential learning theory competencies deemed to be critical to cross-cultural adaptation: concrete experience, active experimentation and reflective observation (Rehg, et. al., 2010). This hierarchy and these outlined critical components of cultural…

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    Cassie McCollum--Experiential Learning Essay This Fall, I volunteered to work at the Cobb EMC Annual Planning Meeting with Safe Kids of Cobb County. I heard about this opportunity when a couple of professors in the Public Health Department at Kennesaw State University promoted it via email. It was on a Saturday and I was off from work, so I decided to volunteer. I did not know what to expect, but I drove to the Cobb County Fairground early that morning ready for anything. It was still…

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    intelligences has now become one of the famous theories in the educational world, but does the theory truly improve people’s understanding in a scientific, progressive way and helpful in education and learning back to 1980-1990’s? This question could be discussed in the changes of evaluation, educational and learning view. First, there were various standpoints before multiple intelligences theory, but the main world recognized the viewpoint of evaluating talents was still the traditional…

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    Theory is Everywhere: Kolb’s Theory of Experiential Learning “College is hard, but dental school will break you”, is the first statement I heard from a 4th year student when I first started working with students as the graduate assistant for the Office of Student Affairs, within the University of Iowa College of Dentistry. I was shocked and confused by this statement because standing before me was a student who had graduated with a 3.95 grade point average in their undergraduate study and was in…

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