I recently finished reading George Lakey’s new book, Facilitating Group Learning: Strategies for Success with Diverse Adult Learners. I thoroughly enjoyed this book because it provides a clear description and examples of what experiential education, or what Lakey calls direct education, is and entails. Having been an experiential educator for several years now, Lakey and his colleagues at Training for Change, have become a real source of learning for me and my work. Below are several key insights from the book:
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