Experiences that are supported by reflection, critical analysis and synthesis allows the learners to provide feedback on their experience and to take control of their learning. 

Experiential learning (EL) can be incorporated into the classroom environment in many ways, using various methods. Students are able to gain a deeper understanding of the course material. Courses with an experiential learning component also have the unique opportunity to collaborate with the community, alongside other faculty members and students, to develop participants’ skills.

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Examples of Experiential Learning Activities:

  • Internships
  • Community Engaged Learning
  • Field Trips
  • Field Work
  • Simulations
  • Case Studies

Please note: The above is not an exhaustive list. For more information on possible experiential learning activities within and outside of the classroom, please contact us.