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Experiential learning also known as (EXL) is the process of learning through experience, and is more specifically defined as "learning through reflection on doing". Hands-on learning can be a form of experiential learning, but does not necessarily involve students reflecting on their product. Experiential learning is distinct from rote or didactic learning, in which the learner plays a comparatively passive role.
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Experiential learning is also referred to as learning through action, learning by doing, learning through experience, and learning through discovery and exploration, all which are clearly defined by these well-known maxims: I hear and I forget, I see and I remember, I do and I understand. the student, and that learning takes plac. n their book, Teaching for Experiential Learning, Wurdinger and Carlson (2010) found that most college faculty teach by lecturing because few of them learned how to teach otherwise.
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CAEL first published Urban Whitaker’s book, Assessing Learning: Standards, Principles, and Procedures, in 1989. In the second edition (2006), authors Morry Fiddler and Catherine Marienau added important perspectives and contexts that brought the assessment of learning to new venues, including workplace-based learning and non-credit-based learning. In this third edition – Assessing Learning: Quality Standards and Institutional Commitments - Donna Younger and Catherine Marienau provide an updated set of standards for the assessment of learning and the awarding of credit for learning gained from experience.
Excerpt from the Foreword to the 3d Edition:
” The Quality Standards in this new edition of Assessing Learning advance the idea that assessment is more than just measuring learning. The standards boldly state that assessment leads to and enables future learning―that it should be seen by practitioners as an essential part of the learning process. And the new standards encourage institutions to provide students with guidance and support for learners’ full engagement in the assessment process. It is only then that assessment can truly foster new learning.
In this new era of higher education, it is exciting to see all of the new developments that are opening doors for adult learners. The focus on what students know and can do is a welcome part of these changes. Assessing Learning (3d Ed) expands from a narrower focus on assessment for the award of credit for prior learning and acknowledges that these quality standards are important in other contexts as well―most notably, in Competency-Based Education (CBE) programs. We know that assessment can and should be a vital part of the learning process in these new contexts, and we are excited about how these new Quality Standards can advance ideas for how assessment can play an important role in fostering learning, expanding access, and providing innovative new models for the adult learner.”
Pamela Tate President and CEO, CAEL