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    Experiential Activity II Scenario I: You Betrayed Me! Hui An Old Dominion University Experiential Activity II Scenario I: You Betrayed Me! During the in-class activity, my classmate and I did the role play in two scenarios in order to practice how to communicate with our client and how to disarm their anger. At the first scenario, I played the counselor and my partner played the client. I learned a lot during the role play activity. Before that, I have no idea when I was in…

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    play into curriculum, learning could become more engaging and interactive for the young students of the twenty-first century. Games are a way to add a whole new level of interaction in the classroom. Game play can build relationships, as well as encourage new ways of thinking. Pairing experience and games in the classroom can result in an atmosphere that can produce successful students. Traditional classrooms…

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    To be able to make a difference in their learning journey. As a trainer, I will need to be Aware and have a view that learners are all unique and capable. Each having their own ability and aptitude. I must be aware of and respect their opinions, views and beliefs and therefore must adjust my way of training approaches to be able to cater to their diverse needs. Time and space to answer questions will be provided to learners and will create optimum learning environments or leaners regardless…

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    Houston Community College Chancellor Cesar Maldonado and several Trustees hosted the morning of Feb. 3, for the grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony at the HCC Alief-Hays campus. The Alief-Hays campus, located at 2811 Hayes Rd., is not new, but this event was to celebrate the first project completed by the Capital Improvement Project bond at this location. This project was for improvements to the campus, including opening the second, third and fourth floors of the building. The upper levels…

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    Learning, for me, is a lifelong process and we are lifelong learners. I believe learning is not a product, it is a change. We need to accept and adapt to the newer skills so that learning happens more effectively. Before doing the CICTL, I use to think that one grows professionally when a person practices a skill. The more practice and experienced you are, the best you can give. But after the training I look at the PDQ my whole prospectus regarding learning has completely changed. There is so…

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    PROFESSIONAL & CONTINUING EDUCATION Advanced Diploma In Adventure-based Leadership Module1: Theoretical Foundations of Experiential Learning and Adventure-based Education Individual report on the reviewed literature on use of adventure in self-efficacy and interpersonal skills Adventure is the integration of experience and concept. Nobody can do for you. Adventure activity or learning is widely applied among youth growth. (See appendix). Youth who receive adventure activity is fortunate…

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    Augustana Research Paper

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    experience as much diversity through learning as possible. I feel that I learn best when faced with experiences vastly different than my…

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    Wisconsin-Madison campus and you will find students who have ditched lectures and notecards to spend their time outside of the classroom. With over 40 service learning courses offered this fall, UW-Madison allows students an alternative way to learn and bring resources to the surrounding community. These classes also have shown to create a new learning environment that provides important experience and aids students’ mental health. According to the New York Times, service programs are now…

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    Kolb's Learning Theory

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    discussions of learning relates to what are called learning styles. “A person’s learning or cognitive style refers to an individual’s characteristic and consistent approach to organising and processing information” (Tennant, 1997, 80). As teachers and educators, we are responsible to facilitate the learning process of our students and identify their learning capabilities, the work of many Educational Psychologists such as Witkin and Kolb to name but a few, support the various explanations of…

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    UCR Case Study

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    It's all here. The Office of Undergraduate Education is focused on understudy achievement and the production of a strong instructive environment at UCR. The workplace directs the improvement of projects intended to bolster understudy learning, research and experiential open doors. Visit our workplaces to find out about the bolster programs that can help you be more focused in the employment market and in the quest for graduate and expert training. UCR furnishes employees with the assets,…

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