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experiential

Philosophy relating to or derived from experience; empirical
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This will help us to strengthen experiential learning on campus by capturing the entirety of the available experiential spectrum, Busch says.
The winners were announced during a gala dinner held recently at the JW Marriott New Delhi Aerocity, where 1000 Brand, MICE, Event and Wedding professionals convened to celebrate the best in the business of events and experiential.
The Experiential Venue Awards was co-located with the WOW Awards and Convention Asia 2017, the largest recognition platform for MICE, Live Marketing & the Entertainment Industry.
Attendees will leave with a better understanding of the power of experience as a teaching tool, as well as new and strengthened relationships with other Southeastern practitioners of Experiential Education.
22 February 2017 - Chicago advertising agency The Escape Pod has acquired a stake in experiential marketing agency OutCold, and formed The Escape Pod Group with digital agency partner ORA, the company said.
This more holistic approach, aligned more closely to the goal of readying students for the real world is experiential learning (Kolb, 1984).
Constructed on the Armed Forces of the Philippines grounds at Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City, the Experiential Museum takes the voluminous collective memory of the 1970s and '80s and condenses it into nine halls, each with a unique thematic exhibit, ranging from the Hall of Pain's circus-style depiction of torture to the Hall of Forgotten Martyrs' elocution-style remembrance of the unremembered fallen.
The organization described experiential learning as "the process of making meaning from a direct experience," or learning by doing, and cited examples such as reality fairs, retirement fairs and poverty simulations as ways to educate credit union members, executives and staff about financial challenges and solutions.
This paper proposes a theoretical model of how a mobile application used for crowd sourcing can be used as an experiential learning tool to teach various concepts of environmental science.
Arriving at Temple's College of Education in 1971, I wrote up my critique of Summerhill and explored forms of experiential education where learners were constrained by activity guidelines rather than set curricula.
Ramzi Nakad is discuss- ing the new marketing trio of experiential, PR and social media with the conviction of the convert.
Roberts (education and environmental studies, Earlham College) examines the theoretical foundations of experiential learning.