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The Urban Adventure Classroom: Technology, Teambuilding, and Place-Based Experiential Education. The What’s and Why’s of Experiential Education. John Dewey Learning is rooted in primary experience. Experience occurs on a continuum. Learning is a social process.

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    1. The Urban Adventure Classroom: Technology, Teambuilding, and Place-Based Experiential Education

    2. The What’s and Why’s of Experiential Education • John Dewey • Learning is rooted in primary experience. • Experience occurs on a continuum. • Learning is a social process.

    3. The What’s and Why’s of Experiential Education • Kurt Hahn • Physical, mental, emotional challenge as a base of education. • Importance of triumph and failure. • Expeditions and service as methods of education.

    4. Kolb’s Experiential Learning Model Concrete experience Active experimentation Reflective observation Abstract conceptualization

    5. Historical Roots of Experiential Education at Boston University • 1912-1940’s – Outdoor Education teacher training • 1950’s-2000’s – School Camping Program • 1950’s-1960’s – Expedition camping program • 1970’s-1980’s – Human Environment Institute • 1970’s-1980’s – Executive Challenge • 2005-Present – GPS Urban Adventures

    6. Performing Norming Storming Existing teams might regress back to an earlier stage of development Adjourning Stages of Team Development Forming

    7. Experiential Education in the Digital Age

    8. Locations • Boston • Cambridge • Newport • Salem • St. Paul • Little Rock • Manchester • Albuquerque • Brussels

    9. Case Study: New Student Orientation • Common Ground • http://www.bu.edu/buee/case-studies/common-ground/ • Sargent College Occupational Therapy Doctoral Program • School of Management MBA

    10. Case Study: Academic Courses • SMG OB221: Dynamics of Leading Organizations • SAR HP650: Health Care Management • MET AD733: Leadership in Management

    11. BUEE in the Future • Boston Harbor Islands • Greater Boston Metropolitan Area • Executive Education • High School Social Studies • Intensive Experiential Adventures

    12. Contact Information: