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1 Experiential Learning and learning *with* IT Adrian C Halnan

2 2 Introduction  Learning from experience (doing)  Critical Reflection  Knowledge (Models, Theories)  Interaction (Situated, Contextualised)

3 3 Direct Experience  Is it a given that learning from direct/first- hand experience is important? (Yolton 1977 & Kant 1781)  Learning is argued to relate to the internal/external interactions which transform the ‘experience’.  Jarvis (2004) agrees with the construction of experiences into knowledge, skills, values etc…

4 4 Direct Experience  Dewey (1933) argues that for learning to take place the individual must be open and consider a range of positions/perspectives and accept the range of potential outcomes/consequences.

5 5 Learning Activity  Reflect on your own learning, as a child, as an adult.  Can you distinguish ‘learnt items’ as a result of ‘experiential learning’? – Contexts?  Is it possible to categorise these ‘learnt items’ – Models/Theories; Skills; Beliefs; Values; Attitudes; Emotions?

6 6 Learning Activity  Consider the outcomes of the ‘previous’ activity  Were any of the Contexts related to learning with IT?  What role might learning with IT play in the aspects of learning suggested by Jarvis? – Models/Theories; Skills; Beliefs; Values; Attitudes; Emotions?


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