Experiential Learning

The Eagle's Flight Path to Sustained Behavior Change

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In recent years, appreciation for experiential learning has grown within the training and development world due to its power as a behavior change tool. With that appreciation, however, has come many interpretations as to what actually makes up experiential learning.

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What is Experiential Learning?

Experiential learning is one training delivery method that can optimize the potential impact of training. At Eagle’s Flight, experiential learning is at the core of what we do.

Experiential learning can be the difference between actually changing behavior, and only providing more information with limited behavior change. Experiential learning combines immersive activities that mimic real-world challenges with a targeted debrief that connects the lessons learning with the reality of the workplace. It allows participants to learn by doing, and not be just listening, reading, or watching. Because they have personally experienced the results (both successes and failures) that come with applying their existing skills participants retain more information, and are more likely to apply their new knowledge on the job.

What is Experiential Learning?

Experiential learning is one training delivery method and that can optimize the potential impact of training. At Eagle’s Flight, experiential learning is at the core of what we do for over 30 years. Our program's outcomes are predictable, replicable, and scaleable.

Experiential learning can be the difference between actually changing behavior, and only providing more information with limited behavior change. Experiential learning combines immersive activities that mimic real-world challenges with a targeted debrief that connects the lessons learning with the reality of the workplace. It allows learners to learn by doing, and not be just listening, reading, or watching. Because they have personally experienced the results (both successes and failures) that come with applying their existing skills learners retain more information, and are more likely to apply their new knowledge on the job.

True “experiential learning” is a sophisticated blend of adult learning theory, immersive and engaging participation, key behavioral principles that drive performance improvement, and immediate relevance either back on the job or to the wider aspects of individual overall competence.

This approach builds two things into the learners:

Personal conviction of the value of changing behavior
The actual practical things to do differently to improve on the job performance

 

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