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Designing and Facilitating Experiential Learning

  • Jeff E. Brooks-Harris - University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, Texas Woman's University, Denton
  • Susan R. Stock-Ward - Northeastern Illinois University, USA, Roosevelt University, USA, University of Illinois, Chicago, USA, University of Akron, USA

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Social Work & Social Policy

July 2012 | 208 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Clarifying the fine art of workshop design and facilitation, this book - aimed particularly at social workers - is the ultimate guide to setting up and running a workshop.

The authors' model takes account of experiential learning and individual learning styles. Numerous examples and exercises are provided.

Three Lessons from The Wizard of Oz

Toward an Integrated Model of Workshop Design and Facilitation
Using Learning Styles to Understand Participants and Guide Workshop Design
Preparing for Workshop Design
Gathering Information and Setting Goals

Creating a Comprehensive Workshop Design
Designing Effective Workshop Learning Activities
Directing the Workshop and Creating a Learning Environment
Facilitation Skills for Different Types of Experiential Learning
Workshop Evaluations
Strategies, Variables and Plans

Improving Your Workshop Design, Directing and Facilitation Skills

Jeff Eugene Harris

Susan R. Stock

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ISBN: 9780761910213

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