Experiential Education References

Andresen, L., Boud, D., & Cohen, R. (1995). Experience-based learning. In G. Foley (Ed.), Understanding Adult Education and Training. Sydney: Allen & Unwin. Andresen: Experience-Based Learning

Barron, J. (1996). Wilma's place: The case for organic design. Journal of Experiential Education, 19(2), 69-75.

Bell, M. (1993). What constitutes experience? Rethinking theoretical assumptions. Journal of Experiential Education, 16(1), 19-24.

Boud, D. (1993). Experience as the base for learning. Higher Education Research and Development, 12(1), 33-43.

Boud, D. (1994). Conceptualising learning from experience: Developing a model for facilitation. Knoxville, TN: 35th Adult Education Research Conference, College of Education, University of Tennessee. Boud: Conceptualising learning from experience

Boyd, E. M., & Fales, A. W. (1983). Reflective learning: Key to learning from experience. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 23(2), 99-117. Abstract

Centre for Higher Education Development. (2001). Experiential learning. Retrieved 24.04, 2001.

Chapman, S., McPhee, P., & Proudman, B. (1992). What is experiential education? Journal of Experiential Education, 15(2), 16-23.

Cohen, R. (2000). A personal history of ICEL. New Zealand International Conference on Experiential Learning.Cohen: History of ICEL

Craft, W. M. (1978). Overcoming the problems of accreditors with experiential learning. In M. T. Keeton & P. J. Tate (Eds.), Learning by experience: What, why, how. New directions for experiential learning. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, Inc.

Creel, G., Kuhne, M., & Riggle, M. (2000). See the boal, be the boal: Theatre of the oppressed and composition courses. Teaching English in the Two-Year College (TETYC), 28, 141-156. Abstract

Dewey, J. (1897). My Pedagogic Creed. The School Journal, LIV(3), 77-80. Dewey: My Pedagogic Creed

Doherty, K. (1995). A quantitative analysis of three teaching styles. Journal of Experiential Education, 18(1), 12-19. Abstract

Donaldson, G. W., & Vinson, R. (1979). William James, philosophical father of experience-based education. “The knower is an actor”. Journal of Experiential Education, 2(2), 6-8. Abstract

Drengson, A. R. (1982). What means this experience? Journal of Experiential Education, 5(1), 14-21. Abstract

Epstein, S., Lipson, A., Holstein, C., & Huh, E. (1992). Irrational reactions to negative outcomes: Evidence for two conceptual systems. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 62(2), 328-339. Abstract

Estes, C. A., & Tomb, S. (1996). Is cheese food really food? a.k.a. some conscious alternatives to overprocessing experience.Estes: overprocessing experience

Fjeldsenden, B. The Architecture of Learning: Education, Psychology, Culture and Economy

Gager, R. (1977). Experiential education: Strengthening the learning process. Denver, CO: Colorado Outward Bound School.Abstract

Gibbons, M., & Hopkins, D. (1980). How experiential is your experience-based program? Journal of Experiential Education, 3(1), 32-37. Abstract

Hartshorn, R., & Boren, S. (1990). Experiential learning of mathematics: Using Manipulatives. Eric Digest: ERIC Clearinghouse on Rural Education and Small Schools Charleston WV. Hartshorn: Experiential learning of mathematics

Herdman, P. (1994). Adventure in the classroom. Journal of Experiential Education, 17(2), 18-25.

Horwood, B. (1993). Excerpts from the Kurt Hahn address at the October 1992 AEE International Conference. Journal of Experiential Education, 16(1), 46-49. Abstract

Hunt, J. S. J. (1981). Dewey's philosophical method and its influence on his philosophy of education. Journal of Experiential Education, 4(1).

Hutchison, D., & Bosacki, S. (2000). Over the edge: Can holistic education contribute to experiential education? Journal of Experiential Education, 23(3), 177-182. Hutchison: Over the edge

Jackson, G. (1992). More room for maybes. Paper for integrative bioscience.

James, T. (1989). Change and continuity in experiential education: A case study. Journal of Experiential Education, 12(1), 4-12.

Kahn, N. (1976). Experiential outdoor education in the junior high school: The colorado springs experience. Colorado Outward Bound School.

Keeton, M. T., & Tate, P. J. (1978). Editors' notes: the boom in experiential learning. In M. T. Keeton & P. J. Tate (Eds.), Learning by experience: What, why, how. New directions for experiential learning, (Vol. 1). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, Inc.

Knapp, J., & Davis, L. (1978). Scope and varieties of experiential learning. In M. T. Keeton & P. J. Tate (Eds.), Learning by experience: What, why, how. New directions for experiential learning, (Vol. 1). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, Inc.

Knapp, C. E. (1994). Progressivism never died, it just moved outside: What can experiential educators learn from the past? Journal of Experiential Education, 17(2), 8-12. Abstract

Kraft, R. J. (1990). Experiential learning.

Krans, J. P., & Roarke, S. M. (1994). Learning through travel. Journal of Experiential Education, 17(3), 20-28.

Lawson, M. D., & Petersen, R. C. (1972). Progressive education. Sydney: Angus & Robertsen.

MacArthur, R. S. (1995). Tenacity in pursuit: Sustaining personal and systemic change. Journal of Experiential Education, 18(1), 30-33. Abstract

McHugo, G. J., & Jernstedt, G. C. (1979). The affective impact of field experience education on college students. Alternative Higher Education, 3(3), 188-208.

Morton, L. L., Dawson, P., & Laing, D. A. (1993). Interpersonal skill development through cooperative education. Guidance and Counselling, 9, 26-31.

Noesjirwan, J. (1989). One reflection on the politics of experiential learning. In A quarterly experience (Vol. 22).

Payne, S. M. (1986). What is learning? Does activity mean active learning? Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Leadership, 3(2), 24.

Ramsay, K. (1990). A use of experiential education with a goal of achieving organisational change. In A quarterly experience (Vol. 24, pp. 5-13).

Richards, G. E. (1974). Major papers presented at the Conference on Experiential Education. Estes Park, CO.

Saddington, J. A. (1992). Learner experience: a rich resource for learning. In J. Mulligan & C. Griffin (Eds.), Empowerment through experiential learning: Explorations of good practice (pp. 37-49). Bristol, PA: Kogan Page. Book description

Sakofs, M. (1991). A value is a verb. The AEE Horizon.

Schenbeck, L. (1996). A theoretical model for the four-stage music-industry internship program. Journal of Experiential Education, 19(2), 98-107. Abstract

Smith, M. K. (2001). David A. Kolb on experiential learning. the encyclopedia of informal education.

Stevens, P. W., & Richards, A. (1992). Changing schools through experiential education. Eric Digest: ERIC Clearinghouse on Rural Education and Small Schools Charleston WV. Stevens: changing schools through experiential education

Thompson, L. (1990). An examination of naive and experienced negotiators. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 59(1), 82-90. Thompson: an examination of naive and experienced negotiators

Vanderstraeten, R. (2002). Dewey's transactional constructivism. Journal of Philosophy of Education, 36(2), 233-246.

Warren, K. (1993). The midwife teacher: Engaging students in the experiential education process. Journal of Experiential Education, 16(1), 33-38. Abstract

Westheimer, J., Kahne, J., & Gerstein, A. (1992). School reform for the nineties: Opportunities and obstacles for experiential educators. Journal of Experiential Education, 15(2), 44-49. Abstract

Ward, T. Empiricism: What is empiricism? Retrieved 23.2, 2007, from http://www.personal.ecu.edu/mccartyr/american/leap/empirici.htm

 
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