This course is part of our course series on interactivity delivery in prevention services. The use of experiential and reflective learning is one way to build interactivity into prevention programs. In this course, we'll dig into the subject of experiential and reflective learning in depth to see how this can be done. We'll explore how to work with young people in a way that that brings about experiential and reflective learning and enhances their ability to engage in reflective thinking. We'll start with learning theories and learning models supporting the concepts of experiential and reflective learning. From there, we'll see how experiential and reflective learning connects with the practice of substance abuse prevention. After that, we'll present specific exercises and techniques that apply experiential and reflective learning when working with youth.
Approximate Completion Time: 3 Hours