Three Ways to Integrate Experiential Learning in MBA Classrooms

 

A report published last month in the Chicago Tribune highlights how business schools are increasingly adopting experiential learning for MBA programs. Experiential learning uses experiences – rather than relying on lectures and textbooks – to teach students. According to the report, schools are embracing experiential learning programs because of the idea that businesses today are facing challenges that cannot be solved with a one-size-fits-all educational approach. MBA experiential learning goes beyond theoretical knowledge to teach students the “art” of practicing management through hands-on experiences instead of a traditional instructional approach.

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