Resources and Examples

Reflection is a key part of experiential learning. Are you interested in ideas for teaching students about reflection? Check out this PechaKucha presentation originally presented at the 2020 Annual Conference of the National Society for Experiential Education.

Citation = Dobbs-Oates, J. (2020, September). Quick tips for teaching students how to reflect. Presented at the Annual Conference of the National Society for Experiential Education. Virtual Conference.


How can you continue relevant learning when site placements, laboratories, or other hands-on settings are disrupted or limited in their availability?

• An example from Dinah Dalder of the Department of Nutrition Science.

• An example from Mark Zimpfer of the School of Construction Management Technology.


If you’ve been teaching skills or processes in a face-to-face manner, how might you move that to asynchronous remote delivery and practice? An example from Jessica Cabral of the School of Construction Management Technology.

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