Reflection is essential for learning. In order to “make meaning” of an experience, the learner must have an opportunity to reflect on or process the experience. To help ensure that program participants transfer learning and training experiences into real-world applications, we must be intentional about both engaging the learners and creating opportunity for meaningful reflection.
In this Training Designs, author Anne Stevenson offers a variety of strategies and tools to help engage learners and embed more reflective learning into volunteer-centered workshops, meetings, or educational programs.
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