Learning through Learning: Experiential Resonance in an Online Management Course
Experiential resonance is a pedagogic approach that allows learners to gain a deeper understanding of the subject matter theory by using that theory directly in the structure, dynamics, and learning spaces of the course. Learners informed about the application of course theory are asked to reflect on its use. In this preliminary study, management principles were embedded in the learning spaces of two online distance learning management courses. A post-course survey, although statistically limited because of the sample size, showed strong learner agreement that management theory had been a resonant theme in the learning experiences and that its uses had been beneficial.
Volume (Year): 2 (2013)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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