Experiential Learning: A New Approach: New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education / Edition 1

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This volume of New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education presents discussions of a new comprehensive model of experiential learning for instructors of adults in formal educational programs. Two major messages are conveyed through these discussions. The first is that linking the conceptural foundations of adult and experimental learning to actual insturctional applications is key to effective practice. the second message is that paying attention to the assessment component of experiential learning is as important as the process of making choices about which methods and techniques should be selected to encourage learners to use and reflect on their own experiences. This is the 62nd issue in the journal series New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education. For more information on the series, please see the Journals and Periodicals page.
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LEWIS JACKSON is associate professor in the Division of Special Education at the University of Northern Colorado. ROSEMARY S. CAFFARELLA is professor in the Division of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at the University of Northen Colorado.
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Table of Contents

Editors' Notes 1
1 Experiential Learning: Past and Present 5
2 Introduction to a New Approach to Experiential Learning 17
3 Characteristics of Adult Learners and Foundations of Experiential Learning 29
4 Methods and Techniques for Engaging Learners in Experiential Learning Activities 43
5 Assessment Processes and Outcomes: Building a Folio 55
6 Assessment Processes and Outcomes: Portfolio Construction 63
7 Applying the Model to a Variety of Adult Learning Situations 73
8 Implementation Issues and Future Research Directions 87
Index 93
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