The ORID method is a great way to structure a survey, interview, presentation or discussion. It can assist by taking participants through an experiential learning process. It helps them develop their thinking in a logical manner and then draw their conclusions in respect to the situation or topic in question. […]
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Presenting well requires a set of skills and as such can be learned and continuously improved. This article provides key tips for designing and delivering effective presentations. It is designed to assist you with planning for and delivering presentations.
Preparing for success
Firstly, set clear objectives or learning outcomes for the audience you are […]
David Kolb synthesised three models to develop key characteristics of experiential learning.
1) The Lewinian Model
2) The Dewey Model, and
3) The Piaget Model
The Lewinian Model of Action Research and Laboratory Training believes learning is an integrated process involving a feedback loop amongst concrete experiences, observations and reflections, formation of abstract concepts […]
Programmed Learning is essentially about formal or ‘packaged’ education opportunities that are positioned beyond informal learning that is often based on existing knowledge and experiences of individuals or bounded within a certain group. (Coutts et al., 2005). Programmed learning can be a formal qualification delivered by a Registered Training Organisation […]