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Making Learning Last: An Experiential Learning Cycle Approach

A Presentation for Presenting the Material from Open to Outcome: A Practical Guide for Facilitating and Processing Experience
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Micah Jacobson

on 10 September 2015

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Transcript of Making Learning Last: An Experiential Learning Cycle Approach

The Experiential Learning Cycle
How the Brain Learns
The 5 Questions
Making Learning Last
(simplified)
Experience
What Just Happened?
How do you Feel?
Why? No, really....Why?
What do you Learn?
What are the patterns?
What will be different?
How will you use this?
1. Did You Notice?
2. Why Did That Happen?
3. Does it Happen in Life or School?
4. Where? Why? How? When?
5. How Can You Use That?
Curriculum Design
Immersive
Multi-Sensory
Constant Feedback
Novel
Relevant
FUN!
With: Micah Jacobson
The Boomerang Project
(Link Crew & WEB)
Hand Slap
Pair Prayer
Finger Fencing
Toe Tap
Gotcha
Touch Blue
Activities We Did (Possibly)
Describe
Interpret
Generalize
Apply
A Starting Place: The 5 Questions
Describe
Interpret
Generalize
Anchor
Stage
Apply
1. Did you notice...?
2. Why did that happen?
3. Does it happen in school/life?
4. Where? When? How?
Who? Why?
5. What will you do now?
Experience
Moving Past Processing Blocks
1. I Don't Know
Possible Response: What if You Did Know?
2. "Nothin'"
Possible Response: Tell Me More?
3. Silence
Possible Responses:
Wait with expectation
Rephrase
Go Specific
Everything we:
See:
Hear:
Taste:
Touch:
Smell:
Describing is about story telling
It's about replaying in our mind
It can be verbal, or visual or categorical

We do it instantly and constantly.
We are no longer talking about a specific moment

We are now looking at patterns
and trends
and formulas
and rules

This is what we usually call "Knowledge"

Notice: It's mostly just lessons we learned from specific moments and bunched together and called truth!
3 Letters
Make 7
Orchestra
Boom!
Robots
GFSD
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