Book Review of “Outcome-Based Experiential Learning”
Keywords:Outcome-based, Work-integrated learning, Experiential Learning, Book Review
This review examines Carolyn Hoessler and Lorraine Godden's Outcome-Based Experiential Learning: Lets Talk About, Design For, and Inform Teaching, Learning, and Career Development. Their work is a practical guide for post-secondary experiential learning and work-integrated learning academics, professionals, and practitioners to design or improve programs using outcome-based learning. Hoessler & Godden's OBEL framework they propose for programs is also used to structure the book, a task which it mostly succeeds at. The review evaluates the authors' effectiveness in proposing the framework and process for developing an outcome-based experiential learning program.
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