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Experiential and Discovery Learning in Teacher Professional Development
After looking at Experiential and Discovery Learning theories, I explored how they can be used in professional development settings for teachers. Of particular focus, I looked at professional development studies that aimed at helping teachers to use technology more broadly in their classrooms. Examples of Teacher Professional Development In the studies reviewed (cited at the bottom), researchers looked at the impact of using experiential
Exploring Learning Theories: Discovery learning
What is Discovery Learning? Discovery learning has its origins from theorist Jerome Bruner in the 1960’s, and is based on the student being an active participant in the learning process. The learning theory is based on inquiry and discovery; both in the content to be learned and the process of acquiring the knowledge. In a discovery learning classroom, students are encouraged to figure
Exploring Learning Theories: Experiential learning
What is Experiential Learning? “In its simplest form, experiential learning means learning from experience or learning by doing. Experiential education first immerses learners in an experience and then encourages reflection about the experience to develop new skills, new attitudes, or new ways of thinking.” Lewis and Williams (1994, p.5). Experiential learning theory is based on the premise that knowledge is effectively acquired through learning