Tag Archives: Experiential Facilitation 101

The Challenge of Choice

During the briefing, when the leader says, “It’s important to be able to say at the end of our activity today that you challenged yourself in at least one way,” he is utilizing one of the most effective tools he has.  Challenge means going beyond the old, pushing into new territory, new ways of doing […]

The Experiential Learning Cycle

Experiential Learning Cycle (based on the work of David Kolb and others) One of the most basic models of our work, the Experiential Learning Cycle (Kolb, et al), proposes that after Activity comes Reflection, followed by Application of the new information we have learned. The complete cycle is required for learning to take place. Unfortunately, […]