Experiential Learning

Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.”

— Xun Kuang, Confucian philosopher

As educators, we are committed to educating and training the next generation of leaders. Thus, it is our responsibility to go beyond teaching theories and frameworks. We accomplish this by guiding our students with techniques to apply theories to solve real-world challenges. Involving organizations to collaborate with the students tackling challenges/issues (in a classroom, i.e., safe environment) is called project-based learning (PBL). View Examples 

Faculty often ask for tools and resources to help incorporate PBL in their course(s). FSOE’s founder created a faculty experiential learning training program that has tested and proven resources from best practices. If you are interested in receiving more information about these resources/tools or other sources, please follow this link: Request Samples, Tools & Resources 

FSOE has extended this life-long learning experience by offering learn-by-doing accelerator opportunities exclusively for businesses/organizations. Reaping the benefits of learning and practicing in an open environment to achieve internal transformation. These accelerators are managed by an educator in collaboration with designated internal executives.