Experiential Learning Styles

April 5, 2016

Although some learning styles (such as visual, auditory, kinesthetic) may be more familiar, Kolb’s Experiential Learning Styles (Kolb & Kolb, 2005) may be more valuable in healthcare both during simulated and real experiences. Kolb’s Experiential Learning Styles may help explain preceptor/preceptee mismatches, differing feedback on the same learner, and learners…


Learning in Healthcare’s first book – Foundations of Experiential Learning

March 15, 2016

Learning in Healthcare is proud to announce the launch of its first book entitled “Foundations of Experiential Learning – A faculty development manual for improving outcomes through learning in healthcare”.  Now available on Amazon at http://FEL.LearninginHealthcare.com in both print and Kindle editions. The Foundations of Experiential Learning (FEL) Faculty Development…