Train the Trainer

Online Interactive Education

Becoming an Experiential Educator

Becoming an experiential educator involves honoring the full cycle of experiential learning by playing multiple roles in the learning process. Highly effective educators do not rely solely on one role.  Rather, they organize their educational activities in such a manner that they address all four learning modes—experiencing, reflecting, thinking, and acting. As they do this, they lead learners around the cycle, shifting the role they play depending on the stage of the cycle they are addressing.

Join us for this two week, online, interactive program.

Session 1 Objectives:

  • Discuss foundations of experiential learning
  • Review experiential learning theory and the four learning modes
  • Debunking the matching myth
  • Explore a model of shared responsibility for learning

Interim work

  • Complete educator role profile
  • Reflection

Session 2 Objectives:

  • Explore our personal profile of beliefs, practices, styles, and goals associated with key educator roles,
  • Discover how to move among educator roles to help learners engage in deep learning,
  • Learn strategies to enhance our ability to play key roles in the teaching and learning process.

When:  Attend two consecutive weeks on Thursday, November 8th and Thursday, November 15th, from  5:00-6:30pm EST.

Facilitator:  Angela Passerelli, PhD

If you have a group that would benefit from this program, please contact us for additional dates and times.

How:  Register now
Contact info@experientiallearninginstitute.org for information and registration.
See also the new Online Training Program:  How You Learn Is How You Lead