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Peter Jarvis Presentation
Transcript of Peter Jarvis Presentation
Experiential Learning Teddie Buchner
& Jenny Tran Presented by... Presumption: When people interact through
patterned behavior, such as saying "hello." Non-Consideration: When people do not respond
to a potential learning situation. Rejection: Pre-Conscious: Occurs to every person as
a result of having everyday
experiences that are not
really thought about. Practice: Training to acquire
a specific skill set. Memorization: Contemplation: When a person considers
something and makes an
intellectual decision about it. Reflective Practice: Reflection on, and in practice (i.e. Problem Solving) Experiential Learning: Path to Learning When a person consciously chooses to reject an opportunity to learn. Upon assimilating presented information, learning how to reproduce it at a later time. Making meaning from direct
experience (learning from doing). Javis's Learning Process (1987) Experiences are learning processes that
adults need alongside reflective action. Real learning occurs when one
or more of the 5 senses are engaged. Person + New Experience = Learning Person: all that a person is at a particular point in time New Experience: an incident that a person is unprepared to handle Learning: When a person does not know how to cope with a new situation and must think, to plan, or to learn something new. Hearing a NEW SOUND going to the opera listening to animal sounds listening to another culture's traditional music SEEING SOMETHING NEW seeing the Grand Canyon visiting the botanical gardens visitng an art museum SMELLING A NEW SCENT smelling a new dish smelling flowers,
herbs, and spices smelling perfumes TASTING NEW FOOD & DRINKS sampling wine tasting a
new cuisine trying a new
restaurant TOUCHING SOMETHING NEW petting a dolphin holding a
handling References Fall. A. (2006). Jarvis’s learning process. C.R. Fall & J.L. Fall (Eds.). Retrieved from http://adulteducation.wikibook.us/index.php?title=Jarvis%27s_Learning_Process_%281987%29
Jarvis, P. (2001). Lifelong learning: Universities and adult education. Asia Pacific Education Review, 2(2), 28-34.
Knowles's andragogy, and models of adult learning by McClusky, Illeris, and Jarvis. (2007). In Learnig in Adulthood: A Comprehensive Guide. Retrieved from
Kolb, David. (2001). Experiential learning. Retrieved from http://www.infed.org/biblio/b-explrn.htm
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