The power of Experiential Learning

We are living the Fourth Industrial Revolution (Revolution 4.0) that has led to an evolution of education that adapts to the imminent changes we are experiencing. Experiential Learning is a participatory methodology that, based on the Theory of Constructivism, has conquered the avant-garde educational world and the corporate world globally, because to the knowledge are added: doing, emotions and reflections so that learning is put into practice towards objectives and results.

X-learning is a practical proposal that is adapted to e-learning processes such as b-learning (blended learning), based on Experiential Learning. X-learning is a model to enhance PEAs (teaching-learning processes) applicable to training and education programs adapted to virtual environments, maintaining the high impact of magic and the power of Experiential Learning, Debriefing, Heuristic Learning. Metacognition, stimulating the creation of a PLE, incorporating principles of Andragogy, Paragogy, Heutagogy, and generating, based on Contructivism and Connectivism, memorable experiences for a Meaningful Learning.

John Dewey, Father of Experiential Learning

“Give the pupils something to do, not something to learn; and the doing is of such a nature as to demand thinking; learning naturally results.”

Donald O. Hebb

“Learning, from the Neurosciences, is a new relationship that is created between neurons and remembering is maintaining that relationship socially active.”

Ernesto Yturralde

“At school we learn the lesson and then we are put to the test; in life, we are first put to the test and then, only if we are vigilant, do we learn the lesson.”

Albert Einstein

“Learning is an experience. Everything else is just information.”
Contamos cada vez con mayor acceso a información, mas ello no representa coonocimiento.

Aldous Huxley

“Experience is not what happens to you; it is what you do with what happens to you.”