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    This assignment will critically reflect on how Learning Outside the Classroom engages and supports children, as well as analysing how effective the approach is and the impact it has on children’s learning and behaviour. Learning Outside the Classroom (LotC) is an umbrella term which covers every type of learning experience which occurs outside the classroom. The particular focus of this assignment will be learning outside in a natural outdoor environment, which is also an important aspect of…

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    Experiential Learning Activity #1: Field Trip to Museum of Sex As a women, gender and sexuality major, I have always pondered the sociological and cultural implications of having labels regarding sexual orientation and gender dynamics. The existence of a sexual orientation dichotomy, which places the heterosexual label in a domain of power, marginalize those who do not associate or identify with heteronormative ideals and markers. Being able to take this course on the psychological perspective…

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    Educational nursing games expose nurses to experiential learning. They learn by doing something, rather than just watching someone do something or listening to how something ought to be done. Student nurses, especially, will benefit greatly from these games. Institutions providing nursing education programs struggle to find enough clinical assignments, instructors, and opportunities for their students to effectively practice their clinical skills. Institutions may also be heavily saturated with…

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    classroom and beyond the classroom such as the solution of mathematics problems, interpreting poems, reading assignments, evaluating students’ paper, collecting and analyzing information, and talking with the parent maintain a supportive environment for learning. The authors’ view teaching as an unnatural and intricate work, because it requires a skill to see the content from others’ perspective, to listen, and watch closely others to examine the ideas carefully and identify the key of…

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    Topaz Internship Program

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    experience to undergraduate and graduate level students. This internship program provides students experiential learning experiences in preparation for the job market. The internship program does not provide college credits nor are interns guaranteed a job at the conclusion of the program. According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) internship is defined as “a form of experiential learning that integrates knowledge and theory learned in the classroom with practical…

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    frequent casual discussion on relevant political topics. What I also have found similar among the three internships, to my benefit, is how well these intern coordinators have been successfully able to put the priority of cultivating an ideal experiential learning environment for the interns first. At START in particular, our program has actually revolved around the education and skill-building of me as an intern rather simply being forced to do the leg-work for caseworkers and researchers in an…

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    Allied's Internship Report

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    My internship experience was experiential, very educational, and stressful at times. I will never be able to thank you enough, Dr. Wigley, because of you, I was given the opportunity to ask about Allied’s internship program when they were our guest speaker in our Intro to PR course of fall semester 2015. Summer of 2016 I was interested in attaining experience in the real world of PR, so I had originally conversed with former Senior Publicist, Kelsey of Allied’s Hispanic division because I was…

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    internship here at the Big Easy--New Orleans. It is a commendable collaboration of the U.S. Department of State, J1 Visa sponsors, and host organizations to establish this program as a platform for cultivating young professionals through experiential learning in a diverse work environment and globally competitive market. Coming from a developing country, young professionals like me greatly benefit from the doors of opportunity that the U.S. government open for us, which in turn will benefit our…

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    • SUMMARIZE/SYNTHESIZE One of the important learnings for me from this course has been to question my role in service learning and at the place where I volunteer. The first few themes for this quarter talked about the motivations for service and self-awareness of our social location. Especially, the reading by Johnson, motivates me to think about the privileges and power that I have over the other people, and how I could use that privilege to help people. I would say, before these readings, I…

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    Service Learning: Definition Service learning is a more hands on learning experience that provides a new way for students to comprehend their course material. Students are exposed to personal and academic development that help them improve not only as students but as individuals as well. All services provided are directly related to the course’s ideas. Service Learning differs from ordinary community service by giving the students the benefit of learning while helping a community in need. The…

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