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By Chung Kwan Ackie Cheung

Adventure-based courses became triumphing within the colleges in Hong Kong. as a result little empirical exam to the widespread use of experiential schooling, Chung Kwan Ackie Cheung makes use of combined easy methods to identify its first extraordinary photograph, addressing the size of using experiential schooling and the influence of it on children’ improvement with reference to the globalizing phenomenon of Hong Kong. The findings express that experiential schooling, esp. adventure-based application, has been widely-spread and there's optimistic impression within the precise facets self-concept, self-efficacy, studying weather and religious size of its adolescent learners.

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Author's translation in footuote). For instance, learning should occur in connection with heart, hand and coguition; learning should take place in an intensive problem-thinking and socialinteraction impelling setting; and the attention given tu the consideration of this learning framework is thought to connect to individual and group changes. ter bildet den Rahmen :fUr die 'Oberlegungen, die als crzieherisch gelten bezeichnet werden, vcrantwortbar sind und auf cine praktische Umsetzung zielen. " Author's translation: "Experiential education can be understood as the framework that is to be nccdcd/demanded.

The risky feelings generated by either the perceived risky tasks and/or actoal risky tasks are believed to help learners to emerge in the flow experience and in the process of restoring the state of equilibrium. As a rule, the emotional arousal should lead learners into a state of disequilibrium, stretching them out of their comfort zone. This arousal should, however, not stretch them out into the panic zone (Gilsdorf & Volkert, 1999; Luckner & Nadler, 1997; Senniger, 2000). The panic zone experience can bappen to a person, when that person finds the situation is totally foreign, threatening and overwhelmingly demanding.

1). 2). 3). The investigated benefits are in concection with adventure-based programs, regarding self-concept, self-efficacy, learning climate and spiritual dimension. 4). Facet questions, corresponding to the peripheral layer, the centra1layer and the contextual layer, will be introduced. They gnide the direction of the case study. 1 Experiential education: Explication of the concept The "amoeba" impression of experiential education/adventure-based practice may appear in a wide range offields and contexts such as group learning projects, service learning, outdoor adventure, etc.

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