Experiential Learning and Career Development
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Topics covered in the literature search include:
- Research and best practices in experiential learning
- Role of experiential learning in advancing career development
- Evaluation of experiential learning and student outcomes
- Impact of experiential learning in the corporate world
- An experiential learning approach to support youth development
Experiential Learning and Career Development
Literature Search 2016-2019
Agarwal, A. (2018). Why is Experiential Learning the Real Learning for Employees. Entrepreneur.
Anderson, K.L., Boyd, M., Marin, K.A., McNamara, K. (2019). Reimagining Service-Learning: Deepening the Impact of This High-Impact Practice. Journal of Experiential Education.
Archer, M. (2017). Experiential Learning is Key to Advancing the Tech Workforce. Training.
Bhuiyan, N., and Brennan, J. (2019). Eager to expand your university education through experiential learning? Concordia University.
Breunig, M. (2017). Experientially Learning and Teaching in a Student-Directed Classroom. Journal of Experiential Education.
Budd, J.M., Chu, C.M., Dali, K., O’Brien, H. (2016). Making an impact through experiential learning. Wiley Online Library.
Campbell, G. (2016). Networked Learning as Experiential Learning. EDUCAUSEREVIEW.
Canadian Alliance of Student Associations. (2019). Experiential Learning and Pathways to Education for Canadian Youth. Canadian Alliance of Student Associations.
Chen, H., Kelly, M., Hayes, C., van Reyk, D., and Herok, G. (2016). The use of simulation as a novel experiential learning module in undergraduate science pathophysiology education. Physiology.org
Chow, J., Zou, T., Tse, S. (2017). Enhancing the Effectiveness of Experiential Learning: Professional Development and Support for Teachers. Cetl.
Coker, J.S., Heiser, E., Taylor, L., Book, C. (2016). Impacts of Experiential Learning Depth and Breadth on Student Outcomes. Journal of Experiential Education.
Coker, J.S. and Porter, D.J. (2016). Student Motivations and Perceptions Across and Within Five Forms of Experiential Learning. The Journal of General Education. Vol. 65, No. 2, pp. 138-156.
Coyer, C., Gebregiorgis, D., Patton, K., Gheleva, D., Bikos, L. (2019). Cultivating Global Learning Locally Through Community-Based Experiential Education. Journal of Experiential Education.
Durant, E. (2018). 3 Questions: Kate Trimble on experiential learning at MIT. MIT.
Fawell, J. (208). Experiential Learning: Some Reservations. Aaup.
Frank, R. (2019). How Experiential Learning in College Could Launch Your Career. Princeton Review.
Forbes Coaches Council. (2018). 10 Easy Ways to Implement Experiential Learning in the Corporate World. Forbes.
Forbes Coaches Council, (2017). Why Experiential Learning Should Be Part of Your Employee Training. Forbes.
Friedman, M. (2018). Five Ways Experiential Learning Can Further Your Career Development. Presido.
Girvan, C., Conneely, C., Tangney, B. (2016). Extending experiential learning in teacher professional development. Teaching and Teacher Education. Volume 58, Pages 129-139.
Glazier, J., Bolick, C., Stutts, C. (2017). Unstable Ground: Unearthing the Realities of Experiential Education in Teacher Education. Journal of Experiential Education.
Gomez, E. (2018). Preparing Students for the Future with Experiential Learning. CAPSIM.
Gotto, R. (2016). Eight Reasons Why Experiential Learning is Important in Business. SRC.
Ho, M. (2016). New Research Shows Investing in Experiential Learning for Leaders Pays Off. Atd.
Hussain, N., Akhtar Rana, N. (2019). Testing ERE Cycle in Teaching Business Communication Courses: Experiential Learning Strategies. Journal of Education and Educational Development.
James, S. (2018). Career Ready Fund supports experiential learning initiatives on campus. McMaster University.
Keates, C. (2017). Growing Experiential Learning Opportunities for Students. CACEE.
Langois, M.R. (2018). Experiential Learning in Family Life education Methodology: Low, medium, and High Dosage Projects. Journal of Experiential Education.
Lash, J. (2016). The Power of Experiential Learning. Education Week.
Lauer, D. (2017). 3 Ways to Use Experiential Learning to Boost Your Career. Success Magazine.
Laufer, K., Jester, M., and McKeen, S. (2018). Taking Measure of Experiential Learning. Gbsn.
MacDonald, M. (2018). The push to bridge the school-work gap. UAAU.
Mandel, L.H. (2017). Experiencing Research Firsthand: The “unclassroom” Experiential Learning Approach to Teaching Research Methods in an LIS Master’s Program. Journal of Education for Library & Information Science.
Masterson, M. (2018). Self-Discovery Through the Experiential Co-Construction of Life Stories in the Foreign Language Classroom. Journal of Experiential Education.
Matthews, D. (2017). Experiential Learning: The Future of the Liberal Arts. OUSA.
McCarthy, M. (2016). Experiential Learning Theory: From Theory to Practice. Journal of Business & Economics Research. Volume 14, Number 3.
McKay, D. (2018). Experiential learning, agile employees: Getting our students on the right path. The Globe and Mail.
Miller, R.J., Maellaro, R. (2016). Getting to the Root of the Problem in Experiential Learning: Using Problem Solving and Collective Reflection to Improve Learning Outcomes. Journal of Management Education.
Moss, D. (2017). 8 Reasons to Adopt Experiential Learning. SHRM.
Newman, T.J., Alvarez, M.A.G., Kim, M. (2017). An Experiential Approach to Sport for Youth Development. Journal of Experiential Education.
Purchase, L. (2019). Accessible Experiential Learning: The Key to Student Success in the Future of Work. NCDA.
Puri, I.K. (2018). Why learning from experience is the educational wave of the future. The Conversation.
Rego, M. (2018). The Global Learning Distinction: an Experiential Learning Research Project. Journal of International Business Research and Marketing. Volume 3, Issue 3, Pages 50-54.
Roberts, J. (2018). From the Editor: The Possibilities and Limitations of Experiential Learning Research in Higher Education. Journal of Experiential Education. Vol. 4(1) 3-7.
Seaman, J.O., Brown, M., Quay, J. (2017). The evolution of experiential learning: Tracing lines of research in the JEE. Sage Journals.
Spanjaard, D., Hall, T., Stegemann, N. (2018). Experiential learning: Helping students to become ‘career-ready’. IDEAS.
Study International Staff. (2018). Influential institutions that combine experiential learning with creative education. University of York.
Tiessen, R., Grantham, K., Cameron, J. (2018). The Relationship Between Experiential Learning and Career Outcomes for Alumni of International Development Studies Programs in Canada. Canadian Journal of Higher Education. Volume 48, No. 3, pages 23-42.
Viveiros de Castro Krakauer, P. (2016). Using experiential learning to teach entrepreneurship: a study with Brazilian undergraduate students. Emerald Insight.
Warren, K. (2019). Reflections on Social Justice in Experiential Education: Expanding the Dialogue. Journal of Experiential Education.
Wiggins, G. (2016). Experiential Learning: Just Because It’s Hands-On Doesn’t Mean It’s Minds-On. Teachthought.
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