Essay On Kolb's Experiential Learning Theory

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Introduction
Kolb’s experiential learning theory was published in 1984. This theory is one of most popular theory and especially important place of a formulation of the modernization of Bulgarian education. Kolb also one of the most influential researchers, referring their theory, learning is the process, which knowledge is created through transformation of experience Kolb’s represents a way of constructing, alternation and offer concrete understanding to make course of study to become better and can be taught to have better learning by the students.
Different people have a different learning style. Experiential learning theory also involves studying in four phases connected like doing, sensing, observing, reflecting, thinking and planning. An important characteristic of the theories is that
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These elements can be entered at any point but have to follow in consecutively. This cycle giving fully to success their learning process. To complete this learning process, students must pass through the cycle a couple of time. Besides that, there is the full description of all the learning cycle phases:
First phase: concrete experience / trying or involving in doing
The individual, the team, or the organization just does the task. During that time, they do not reflect on it but have the intention to reflect on it. They will involve in any activities to make experience and adding their knowledge and learning skills. For example: Joining or organize any event and try to involve much at that event.
Second phase: Reflexive observing
Reflection involves thinking about what we have done and experienced. Others train themselves to be more deliberate about reviewing their experiences and recording them. Besides that, vocabulary is the most important for the verbalizing and discussion the perceiving and comprehending of the experience.

Third phase: Abstract
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