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ERIC Number: EJ199954
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1979
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Experiential Learning and Information Assimilation: Toward an Appropriate Mix.
Coleman, James S.
Journal of Experiential Education, v2 n1 p6-9 Spr 1979
Asserting that the wealth of information with which we are bombarded creates an extreme imbalance between information and experience, this article outlines three important functions of experiential learning--acquisition of basic skills through demanding experiences; self-knowledge through intense experiences; and knowledge of others through direct experience with other lives and settings. (JC)
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Language: English
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