Experiential Learning for SEL

9 October 2019

We have conversations with clients that typically start with, "I thought you ONLY did ropes courses." While designing and installing challenge courses is definitely part of what we do, we also service schools and youth-serving organizations without using a challenge course. In fact, we design high-impact curricula to be used within a classroom or after-school setting by any educator. The purpose of experiential learning is to engage students in their learning, make it relevant to their life experiences, and encourage them to apply that knowledge to other areas of their lives.

On October 8, 2019, Caitlin McCormick Small and Josie Martin hosted a free, introductory webinar for ​anyone interested in learning more about the basics of our Experiential Learning Cycle – the methodology that anchors every Project Adventure activity – and why experiential learning is so essential to SEL.

Since this webinar was just the tip of the iceberg, we encourage all of our participants to experience their learning with us by joining our workshops. There are still plenty of opportunities to enroll before the end of the year.

We also like to share, because sharing is caring. Below are links to our resources from the webinar as well as a feedback form.  Please leave us feedback to help us inform our future webinars and workshops.

Presentation Slides


Feedback Form

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