Experiential learning is, in essence, the process of developing new skills or knowledge through doing, rather than reading, watching or listening. It is the most natural and effective way that we learn. As such, experiential learning has much better rates of engagement, long-term retention and transferability than other methods of learning. Experiential learning lends itself to richer skill development.
In a world where technology is increasingly capable, the skills most need in students are ExL power skills, which relate to mindset, creativity, leadership and self management.
Well-planned, supervised and assessed experiential learning programs can stimulate academic inquiry by promoting interdisciplinary learning, Strong technical skills in engineering design and computation with key business skills to business model generation.
Center for Learning and Educational Technologies (CLET) of IARE design and teach FIVE ExL power skills courses, to shape the student’s future.
Dr Ch. Srinivasulu