By: Ian Wells On: February 20, 2020 In: Experiential Learning Comments: 1

It’s 100 years since influential educator Kurt Hahn first penned his “declines of modern youth”. While they are equally relevant in today’s digitally enhanced, social media obsessed 2020 as in Hahn’s post-war industrialised 1920 Germany, it is the remedies to these declines that reverberate across the century. The German...

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They came, they saw, they hiked… and canoed …and built their self esteem and developed resilience along the way. Personal development skills are vital for the twelve 14 – 17 year olds from the Mirabel Foundation who stepped out of their comfort zones and into the unknown of an...

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By: Ian Wells On: May 17, 2019 In: Experiential Learning Comments: 0

Retain Your Best Graduates through Experiential Learning How can you, as a graduate employer, retain your brightest talent? This, according to PWC, is the $3.8 billion question. But the answer could be a walk in the park, with studies showing experiential learning delivers significant outcomes. Here’s the problem: today’s...

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