Experience: The Best Teaching Tool

Experience: The Best Teaching Tool

There’s a movement afoot to enhance the experience of the learning that occurs at meetings and events. The PowerPoint lecture has steadily been losing favor, and we need to transmit messages through an experience that engages attendees and enables them to consume it effectively.

  • Doing, not listening
  • Experience isn’t enough
  • Room to think
  • Engaging the senses
  • Place matters

 

Successful Meetings presents an exploration of the power of experiential learning that is changing the way that planners are looking at education.

Experience: The Best Teaching Tool is brought to you by The National Conference Center.

ENHANCE THE EXPERIENCE OF LEARNING

There’s a movement afoot to enhance the experience of the learning that occurs at meetings and events. The PowerPoint lecture has steadily been losing favor, and we need to transmit messages through an experience that engages attendees and enables them to consume it effectively.

  • Doing, not listening
  • Experience isn’t enough
  • Room to think
  • Engaging the senses
  • Place matters

 

Successful Meetings presents an exploration of the power of experiential learning that is changing the way that planners are looking at education.

Experience: The Best Teaching Tool is brought to you by The National Conference Center.

ENHANCE THE EXPERIENCE OF LEARNING

The Power of Experiential Learning

If you look at all the ways meeting and event planners have been trying to change the way they offer education, whether by holding TED-style talks, crowdsourcing session topics, or using cutting-edge technology, one thing becomes obvious: There’s a movement afoot to enhance the experience of learning.


In the past it was said that content was king. Today it seems that the participant is now king. And that is changing the way that planners are looking at education. Before, it was about delivering a message to a passive audience, now the focus is on taking the way people learn into account. Now we’re realizing that for attendees to get the message, we need to transmit it through an experience that engages them and enables them to consume it effectively.


Successful Meetings presents an exploration of the power of experiential learning that is changing the way that planners are looking at education.


Experience: The Best Teaching Tool is brought to you by The National Conference Center.