From the Filene Research Institute:
Familiar names like John Locke, Maria Montessori, and Outward Bound are all part of the long learning-by-doing tradition. But that doesn’t mean everything tagged as experiential learning is useful. In January 2013, in partnership with National Credit Union Foundation and sponsored by Co-op Financial Services, Filene hosted an experiential learning colloquium at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library in Atlanta with a eye toward answering the question: How can credit unions use experiential learning to improve the lives of their members?
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