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2 To learn what you experience Guruji Sri Jaanakiraam
“EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING” Literal meaning: To learn what you experience OLD PROVERB “I hear, I forget I see, I remember I do, I understand” Guruji Sri Jaanakiraam

3 Essential Characteristics
Intra-Integration Inductive Approach to teaching A way to view the whole World in a holistic manner

4 Today’s education gives information only
*Experiential Learning helps the child to understand the truth & relate it to his/her life & absorb it. *It helps the child to learn how to gather and organize information *Therefore, the child learns through his/her own experience

5 Advantages Growth of social skills: - Responsibility - Initiative
- Adjustment - Co-operation - Co-ordination - Self-confidence

6 Remember better - Long Lasting Active participation - Motivation Radiant thinking

7 Radiant Thinking – An Example

8 BIRDS Singing Birds Unique Birds Water Birds Pet Birds Friendly Birds
Colorful Birds

9 BIRDS Water Birds Singing Birds Friendly Birds Unique Birds Pet Birds
Colorful Birds Goose Swan Duck

10 BIRDS Many words radiate / emerge from a central concept.
Myna Cuckoo Nightingale Singing Birds Wood Pecker Ostrich Eagle Duck Swan Goose Unique Birds BIRDS Water Birds Crow Peahen Sparrow Hyna Parrot Love bird Hen Friendly Birds Pet Birds Colorful Birds Peacock Many words radiate / emerge from a central concept. A Web is formed. Each word in the web can also radiate different words, and form a web of an infinite size.

11 A store room properly arranged
MIND MAPPING It is an expression of radiant thinking It unlocks the potential of brain It makes the mind systematic e.g - A store room properly arranged Hence, Mind Mapping increases mental storage capacity

12 MIND MAPPING HELPS IN: Problem solving with radiant thinking
Revealing unlimited power of human brain Making lessons interesting Integrated learning process

13 “Experiential Learning”
Steps involved in “Experiential Learning” The Process

14 Step 1 - Prayer - Silent sitting
Calm the students (restful state of mind) - Prayer - Silent sitting

15 Step 2 A theme is given to the students by
writing it in the centre of the board **The theme should be of interest to the children **Children should have some knowledge about the topic

16 Colours

17 Step 3 This is known as Mind Mapping
Words related to the theme given by the students The words are written on the board There is no limit to what words come up Students can be divided into groups

18 Colours Flower pots Costume Bag Cake Holi Car Fire Yellow Sky
Chocolates Books Cock Cycle Ornaments Clips Drawing Coloured full papers Ice cream Compass Crayons House Pens Camera Jungle Kingfisher Shoes Leaves Photo frame Red Hair bands Pen pencils Clock Saris Moon Sketch pen Skin Cherry Duck Camel Horse Eagle Benches Ball Ear-rings Ostrich Elephant Eyes Faces Green Carrot Nature Festivals Fish Flag Colours Boomer Tiger Cat Bread Bangles Purse Rainbow Cupboard Cups

19 Step 4 This is known as web-charting Words categorised into groups by
the students General tendency of students to categorize on the basis of subjects

20 Games Colours Festivals Nature School things Eatables Clothes & Ladies things

21 Colours Nature Animals/Birds Games Festivals Insects Flowers Rainbow
Eatables School things Clothes & Ladies things

22 Games Festivals Nature Colours School things Eatables Ladies things
Bags Jewellery Saris Make-up Balls/Balloons Matching cards Sports Teams Video Games Nature Flowers Animal/Birds Insects Rainbow Vegetables Fruits Sweets Clothes Objects Gods Flags Primary Colours Textures Drawings/ Paints Chalks Crayons Books Coloured full papers

23 Step 5 Students are divided into groups.
Grouping of students should be in such a way that all students are able to participate. Each group takes one category or subpart of the web chart according to their interest. The groups perform activities for each subpart, on the basis of the subjects.

24 Possible Activities… VALUES Colours Art & Craft Drawing
Science, materials Play Culture History Literature VALUES Colours

25 Step 6 Pre-presentation Step 7 Final presentation

26 Students making the web chart on the black board
Objects and drawings made by the Students Students & teachers enjoying the creativity!

27 Points to be remembered
Experiential Learning may go on for 6 to 16 hours, but it can be more. Students should find out information on their own. Prompting by the teacher can be done only when required.

28 L et’s go and put it into practice!

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