A series of three Experiential Learning (EL) workshops was designed by county- and campus-based researchers with the goal of improving the understanding and application of EL among volunteers in the University of California's 4-H Youth Development Program. The workshop series was implemented and evaluated using surveys and focus group interviews. Outcome data showed improved participant understanding of EL, the learning cycle, inquiry-based methods, and curriculum development. Additionally, volunteers' competence and confidence in delivering and developing experiential learning opportunities increased.
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Enfield, R. P., Schmitt-McQuitty, L., & Smith, M. H. (2007). The Development and Evaluation of Experiential Learning Workshops for 4-H Volunteers. The Journal of Extension, 45(1), Article 4. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol45/iss1/4