A Handbook of Reflective and Experiential Learning Author: Jennifer A. Moon Edition: 1 Table of Contents Introduction Part 1: A generic view of learning 1. The process of learning: the development of a generic view of learning 2. The framing of learning: the conception of the structure of knowledge 3. The framing of learning: emotion and learning 4. The framing of learning: approaches to learning Part 2: Exploring reflective and experiential learning 5. Reflective and experiential learning: taking stock 6. The nature of reflective learning 7. The depth quality of reflective learning 8. Exploring experiential learning: the literature 9. Experiential learning and reflective learning: drawing it together Part 3: Working with reflective and experiential learning 10. Introducing reflective activities to learners 11. Assessment issues 12. Enhancing reflective and experiential learning. Resource 1. The process of writing reflectively: a map of reflective writing Resource 2. Reflective writing: some initial guidance for students Resource 3. A comparison of reflective writing and report or essay writing Resource 4. Samples of reflective writing Resource 5. The Park: an exercise in reflective writing Resource 6. The Presentation: an exercise in reflective writing Resource 7: Questions to support reflective writing Resource 8: Dialogue: an exercise to develop reflective thinking and writing Resource 9: A framework for reflective writing Resource 10: The Dance Lesson: an exercise in reflective writing Resource 11: Strategies for enhancing learning from everyday experience Resource 12: An exercise on judgement Resource 13: Footprints Resource 14: Poetry as a form of capturing experience Description This handbook acts as an essential guide to understanding and using reflective and experiential learning techniques in educational and training contexts. Jennifer Moon adopts a methodical, integrated approach to reflective and experiential learning. The book features a rigorous analysis of the theory behind the techniques to establish exactly what we mean by reflective and experiential learning and how they relate to the process of learning. The final section of the book provides useful ideas for applying the models of learning, providing practical advice, tools, activities and photocopiable resources which can be incorporated into teaching practice. This book is essential reading for any teacher, lecturer or trainer wanting to understand, develop and use reflective and experiential learning to improve teaching and learning.