Welcome to the site where experiential learning games makes learning fun. Imagine learning to do something and never forgetting what you have learned! Imagine the effect your expertise will have on people when you discuss something that you learned through play! Experiential learning through games has that effect!!!
How can you achieve this for yourself or your children or your participants?
It is not difficult at all. This website has been constructed for doing exactly that. Read and start to tackle learning the way it is described here - the way real learning is meant to be!
Start to think of learning as being fun. In fact start to think of learning as being as much fun as play. It is isn't it? Remember what a thrill you got when you understood a concept and used it to make something of your own?
I remember when I learnt about friction. I used it to make a car with wheels one summer. Maybe you did the same and made a sled in the winter.
That's the way this site will work. It will give you ideas to use for yourself or for others. It will start you on the road to experimenting with interesting ways to turn learning into fun.
Maybe, you want to begin with something more 'mature', say like leadership. Would you like to learn about your own style of leadership and experiment with it in your workplace? Begin with assessing your leadership style.
Experiential Learning games: You'll find plenty of them on this site in the form of Training games, math games, etc. and 'Debrief' activities to maximize learning. Here you will be treated to pages and pages of information on 'learning through games'. You will have fun playing these training games with others, as well as learning something from them.
Experiential learning games described on this site do not need a machine interface. Isn't that good news?!! Yeeeah you can actually play these training games with people in the old fashioned way and all of you can really enjoy yourselves.
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They can also be used to communicate a concept effectively. They add the 'aha' or 'Eureka' or 'got it' factor to presentations and lectures. They are also great tools to use in debriefs of games, to drive home a crucial point.
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The different kinds of experiential learning games you'll find on this site are:
Games for Kids: Games you can play with kids that are full of fun and learning. These are indoor games and could be paper-pencil-games, word games or thinking games.