Experiential learning is the practice of learning through doing. It encourages the student to have first-hand experiences with the materials, rather than learning through someone else’s experiences in textbook or lecture. It’s a learning style that has been studied thoroughly for decades, and one that is proven to be beneficial for all ages of students.

It’s easy to start leveraging experiential learning for children both inside and outside of the classroom. The activities do not have to be complex or difficult—they’ll be effective as long as the student is gaining his or her own individual experiences. Check out the following infographic guide from GradePower Learning Centres to learn more about experiential learning and how you can start using experiential learning activities for the students and children in your life.

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The Benefits of Experiential Learning

Irma Wallace

Irma Wallace

Co-founder and Vice President of SearchRank, responsible for many of the day to day operations of the company. She is also founder of The Arizona Builders’ Zone, a construction / home improvement portal.

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