I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.
Experiential learning is defined as “learning, in which the learner is directly in touch with the realities being studied. It is contrasted with the learner who only reads about, hears about, talks about, or writes about these realities but never comes into contact with them as part of the learning process.” Keeton and Tate (1978)
David Colb, who is the writer of the book “Experiential Learning” which is famous in training literature have defined 4 main stages or modes of learning by experience.
These stages or modes may be summarized as having an experience, reflecting on the experience, learning from the experience and trying out what one learned from the experience.
Fly Your Mind Business Training is designed to cover all four modes of experiential learning to maximize learning and recall of the knowledge learned.