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The Experiential Learning Model

The experiential learning model lists five steps for including exercises and/or games in the learning process. Create a three column table in a word processor. In Column 1, identify the five steps of the experiential learning model (one per table cell in the column). In the corresponding table cells of Column 2, provide a concise definition of each of the five steps. In the corresponding table cells of Column 3, list the related event(s) from the Gagne-Briggs Nine Events of Instruction

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The experiential learning model lists five steps for including exercises and/or games in the learning process and related event(s) from the Gagne-Brigg's Nine Events of Instruction.

Column I: Identify the five steps of the experiential learning model

Step 1 - Experience
Step 2 - Share/Publish
Step 3 - Process
Step 4 - Generalize
Step 5 - Apply

Column II: Provide a concise definition of each of the five steps

Experience - The initial stage is the data-generating part of the structured experience. We often associate this stage with some event, game, or fun. This is the experience that must be processed through the stages of the Experiential Learning Cycle to maximize the ...

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