MDDE 612: Experiential Learning Report a Broken Link

MDDE 612 Unit 1 Readings

Students are expected to research an additional 4 articles (one per week) related to ELT in their particular filed during Unit 1

During Unit 1 students are expected to research an additional four articles (one per week) related to ELT in their particular field.
Prior to Week 1

Rose, E. (2013). Introduction. In On Reflection. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press Inc. (Course text)

Kolb, D. A. (2014).  The Process of Experiential. In, Experiential learning: Experience as the source of learning and development, (pp. 31-64). Pearson FT press. (pdf)
Week 1
Kolb, D. A., & Lewis, L. H. (1986). Facilitating experiential learning: Observations and reflections. New Directions for Continuing Education. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Kolb, A., Kolb D., Passerelli A., & Sharma, G. (2014). On becoming and experiential educator: The educator role profile. Simulation & Gaming, 45(2,) 204 –234. (pdf)
Learning styles. Wikipedia
Seamon J., Brown M., & Quay, J. (2017). The evolution of Experiential Learning Theory: Tracing lines of research in the JEE. Journal of Experiential Education 40(4). (pdf)
Week 2
Kolb, A. Y., & Kolb, D. A. (2009). The learning way: Meta-cognitive aspects of experiential learning. Simulation & Gaming, 40(3), 297-327. (pdf)
Koob, J. A., & Funk, J. (2002). Kolb’s learning style inventory: Issues of reliability and validity. Research on Social Work Practice,12(2), 293-308. (pdf)
Rolfe, A., & Cheek, B. (2012). Learning styles. InnovAiT, 5(3), 176–181. (pdf)
Week 3
Holman, D., Pavlica K., & Thorpe, R. (1997). Rethinking Kolb’s theory of experiential learning in management education. Management Learning, 28(2), 135-148. (pdf)
Seamon, J. (2008). Experience, reflect, critique: The end of the “Learning Cycles” era. Journal of Experiential Education, 31(1), 3-18. (pdf)
Week 4

Rose, E. (2013). Why does reflection matter? In On Reflection, (pp.17-36). Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press Inc. (Course text)

Rose, E. (2013). The rise of the reflective mind. In On Reflection, (pp.37-54). Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press Inc. (Course text)

Rose, E. (2013). Reading, writing, and reflection. In On Reflection, (pp.55-66). Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press Inc. (Course text)

MDDE 612 Unit 2 Readings

Week 5
Farrell, T. C. (2012). Reflecting on reflective practice: (Re)Visiting Dewey and Schon. TESOL Journal, 3(1), TESOL International Association doi: 10.1002/tesj.10

Rose, E. (2013). Is reflection in decline? In On Reflection, (pp.67-80). Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press Inc. (Course text)

Rose, E. (2013). Reflection and technology. In On Reflection, (pp.81-96). Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press Inc. (Course text)

Raines, P. & Shadiow, L. (1995). Reflection and teaching: The challenge of thinking beyond the doing. The Clearing House, 68(5), 271-274. Taylor & Francis, Ltd. Stable URL:
Silcock, P. (1994). The Process of reflective teaching. British Journal of Educational Studies, 42(3), 273-285. Taylor & Francis, Ltd. on behalf of the Society for Educational Studies. Stable URL:
Tubbs, N. (2000). From reflective practitioner to comprehensive teacher. Educational Action Research, 8(1), 167-178. DOI: 10.1080/09650790000200113
Week 6
Cox, A. (2005). What are communities of practice? A comparative review of four seminal works. Journal of Information Science, 31(6), 527–540. (pdf)
Fuller, A., Hodkinson, H., Hodkinson P., & Unwin, L. (2005). Learning as peripheral participation in Communities of Practice: A reassessment of key concepts in workplace learning. British Educational Research Journal, 31(1), 49-68. URL:
Kinsella, E. A. (2009). Professional knowledge and the epistemology of reflective practice. Nursing Philosophy, 11(1), 3–1.
Wenger, E. (2000). Communities of practice and social learning systems. Organization,7(2), 225-246.
Week 7
Hébert, C. (2015). Knowing and/or experiencing: a critical examination of the reflective models of John Dewey and Donald Schön. Reflective Practice, 16(3), 361-371. DOI: 10.1080/14623943.2015.1023281
Newman. S. (1999). Constructing and critiquing reflective practice. Educational Action Research, 7(1), 145-163.

MDDE 612 Unit 3 Readings

Students will be required to find five to seven articles related to EL in their own context for their final paper. These may include the four articles students were required to find in Unit 1.
Week 8
Breunig, M. (2005). Turning experiential education and critical pedagogy theory into Praxis. Journal of Experiential Education, 28(2), 106-122.
Brown, J. O. (2002). Know thyself: The impact of portfolio development on adult learning. Adult Education Quarterly, 52(3), 228-245. (pdf)
Itin, C. M. (1999). Reasserting the philosophy of experiential education as a vehicle for change in the 21st century. The Journal of Experiential Education, 22(2), 91-98. (pdf)

Rose, E. (2013). Cultivating reflectiveness. In On Reflection, (pp.97-106). Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press Inc. (Course text)

Week 9
Harris, R. N., Dwyer. W. O., & Leeming, F. C. (2003). Are learning styles relevant in web-based instruction? Journal of Educational Computing Research, 29(1), pp 13-28. (pdf)
Pete, S. (2016). 100 Ways to indigenize and decolonize academic programs and course. (pdf)
Ragoonaden, K. (2017). Culturally responsive pedagogy: Indigenizing curriculum. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 47(2), 22 – 46.
Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada: Calls to Action, (2015). (pdf)
Week 10

Research and read your own articles

Coady, M. J. (2015). From Houle to Dirkx: Continuing professional education (CPE), a critical state-of-the-field review. The Canadian Journal for the Study of Adult Education, 27(3), 27- 41.
Conrad, D. (1999). Building knowledge through portfolio learning in prior learning assessment and recognition. Quarterly Review of Distance Education, 9(2),139–150. (pdf)
Daley, B. A. (2001). Learning and professional practice: A study of four professions. Adult Education Quarterly, 52(1), 39-54. (pdf)
Lester, S., & Costley. C. (2010). Work‐based learning at higher education level: Value, practice and critique. Studies in Higher Education, 35(5), 561-575.
Stirling, A., Kerr, G., MacPherson, E., Banwell, J., Bandealy, A., & Battaglia, A. (2017). Do postsecondary internships address the four learning modes of experiential learning theory? An exploration through document analysis. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 47(1), 27 - 48.
Week 11 & 12 No readings work on papers.

MDDE 612 Additional Resources

AU Library

Kolb, D. A. (1984). Experiential learning: Experience as the source of learning and development. Englewood Cliffs, N.J: Prentice-Hall, Inc.,

Kolb, D. A. (2014). Experiential learning: Experience as the source of learning and development. Pearson FT press.

Lave, J., & Wenger, E. (1990). Situated learning: Legitimate peripheral participation. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Schon, D. A. (1991). Educating the reflective practitioner: Toward a new design for teaching and learning in the professions. San Francisco: Josey-Bass Publishers.

Schon, D. A. (1983). The reflective practitioner: How professionals think in action. New York: Basic Books Inc.

Stevens, D. D., & Cooper, J. E. (2009). Journal keeping: How to use reflective writing for learning, teaching, professional insight and positive change. Virginia: Stylus Publishing.

Wenger, E. (1998). Communities of Practice: Learning, meaning and identity. Cambridge, UK:Cambridge University Press.

Zubizarreta, J. (2009). The Learning Portfolio. 2nd Edition. Reflective practice for improving student learning. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers.