Experience as Education

Experiential learning is thought of largely as activities outside the classroom that better prepare students for work in the real world — things like internships, co-op programs, seminars, and community service and research projects. But experiential learning’s scope is steadily expanding to include more activity inside the classroom, where professors teach by using methods other…

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