The Benefits of Experiential Learning

Did you know that over 11% of students say they can’t stop themselves from checking digital devices in class? As the use of technology in the classrooms increases, so does distractions for students. Incorporating Experiential Learning into your child’s routine gives them the ownership of their own learning experiences, which keeps them more engaged. Experiential Learning is the process of learning through doing. This learning style has been studied for years, and has been proven to be beneficial for everyone.
The main goals of Experiential Learning are experimenting, experiencing, observing and analyzing. Take a look at our infographic below to learn all about the benefits of Experiential Learning, and ways that you can incorporate it into your child’s routine. It’s as easy as asking the question “why did that happen” and can be done both inside and outside of the classroom. Learn how you can start using Experiential Learning activities for the students and children in your life.
Benefits of Experiential Learning
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