While most people in the twenty-first century would agree that children learn through experiences, not everyone takes into account the role that experience plays in adult learning. If there was no need to experience new topics, then attending workshops would lose its point. Why not simply read a book or listen to a recorded talk on the topic of choice? Before we move to the applications of experiential learning for workshop presenters, we look at what is known of the role of experience in learning.
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