The Handbook of Experiential Learning

  • ID: 2218101
  • Book
  • 400 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The Comprehensive Resource on Experiential Learning

In this collaborative work, editor Mel Silberman—experiential learning guru and creator of the renowned Active Training method—draws together the most recent thought and practice on a wide gamut of experiential learning applications from the leading experts in the field including:

Judith Blohm

James Chisholm

Bernie DeKoven

Kevin Eikenberry

Stephen Fiore

Sandra Fowler

Terrence Gargiulo

Roger Greenaway

Joan Gurvis

Marcia Hughes

Kat Koppett

Les Lauber

Mark Lord

Michael Marquardt

Rudy McDaniel

David Metcalf

Julie O′Mara

Clark Quinn

Brian Remer

Garry Shirts

Sivasailam Thiagarajan

Lorraine Ukens

Ellen Van Velsor

Greg Warman

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Introducing The Handbook of Experiential Learning 1

PART I FOUNDATIONS OF EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING 11

Chapter 1 Changing Attitudes and Behaviors Through Experiential Activity 13Mel Silberman

Chapter 2 Theoretical Foundations of Experiential Learning 33Stephen Fiore, David Metcalf, and Rudy McDaniel

Chapter 3 Dynamic Debriefing 59Roger Greenaway

PART II EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING METHODOLOGIES 81

Chapter 4 Experiential Simulations: Ten Secrets for Creating Training Success 83Garry Shirts

Chapter 5 Action Learning: Resolving Real Problems in Real Time 94Michael Marquardt

Chapter 6 Junkyard Sports: Learning Through Creative Play 111Bernie DeKoven

Chapter 7 Learning Games: Hands–On Participant–Centered Activities 124Lorraine Ukens

Chapter 8 Computer–Based Simulations: Principles of Engagement 138Clark Quinn

Chapter 9 Improv: Its Contribution to the Art of Experiential Training 155Kat Koppett

Chapter 10 Adventure Learning: Choose the Right Peak 172Mark Lord

Chapter 11 Role Play: Principles to Increase Effectiveness 185Les Lauber

Chapter 12 Storytelling: Its Role in Experiential Learning 202Terrence Gargiulo

Chapter 13 Reflective Practice: Learning from Real–World Experience 224Brian Remer

PART III TRAINING APPLICATIONS OF EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING 239

Chapter 14 Experiential Learning and Technical Training 241Sivasailam Thiagarajan

Chapter 15 Experiential Learning in Team Training 256Kevin Eikenberry

Chapter 16 Experiential Learning in Interpersonal Skills Development 272Mel SilbermanChapter 17 Experiential Learning in Diversity Training 288Julie O’Mara

Chapter 18 Experiential Learning in Leadership Development 306Ellen Van Velsor and Joan Gurvis

Chapter 19 Experiential Learning in Change Management 321James Chisholm and Greg Warman

Chapter 20 Experiential Learning in Intercultural Training 341Sandra Fowler and Judith Blohm

Chapter 21 Experiential Learning in Emotional Intelligence Training 360Marcia Hughes

Index 375

Pfeiffer Publication Guide 387

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