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How to Improve Skills with Experiential Learning

Posted by HRDQ on 06/13/2019 to Experiential Learning
Better Learning with the Team Adventure Series Experiential learning is a process of learning that centers around the participant and their active involvement in the learning process. This unique method makes it a valuable method of instruction.
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What is Experiential Learning?

Posted by HRDQ on 05/02/2019 to Experiential Learning
Experiential Learning Uses Active Involvement of Participants Experiential learning is a process of learning that centers around the participant and their active involvement in the learning process. This unique method makes it a valuable method of instruction.
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Team Building Games: More Than Just Fun

Posted by HRDQ on 02/19/2018 to Experiential Learning, Collaboration, Team Building
Improve your workplace with team building games Hands-on training games are an excellent way to engage participants, make learning active, bring real group dynamics to the surface in a "safe" environment, and drive home key points.
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Learning to Play. Playing to Learn.

Positive buzz, measurable results, and improved performance top every trainer’s wish list. It’s also the key to getting management buy-in and achieving professional success. But you won’t get there with lecture-style training or e-learning programs where rows of chairs face forward or the only activity taking place is the clicking of a mouse.
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Simulation as a Diagnostic Tool

There are many factors in successful teamwork. When conflicts arise, or performance declines, it’s not always simple to find the root of the problem. What – at first glance – may seem to be an indecipherable problem might become very clear in the context of a simulation. By taking our everyday habits into a simulation, we highlight the ways we act as a team in a safe environment, where skills can be measured in without jeopardizing an actual team project.
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Active Training Resources for Experiential Learning

Everyone has their own learning style. The trainer's challenge is to provide effective training across all styles – and we believe the solution is Experiential Learning activities.
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