You can learn more about how to develop and implement experiential learning by accessing the following articles and useful links.
Best Practices in Experiential Learning by The Learning & Teaching Office, Ryerson University
Best practices to incorporate experiential activities.
Critical Reflection - An Integral Component to Experiential Learning by The Learning & Teaching Office, Ryerson University
A guide on integrating critical reflection activity as part of a course.
Unpack Your Study Abroad Experiences by Career Planning Service, McGill University
List of questions to help you critically reflect on your study abroad learning experiences.
Guidelines for Assessment of Experiential Learning by Teaching and Learning Services, McGill University
This guide provides an introduction to experiential learning with several strategies on how to assess experiential learning.
Experiential Learning Toolkit by Education Advisory Board (EAB)
Toolkit that provides step-by-step implementation guides to improve experiential learning opportunities for students at their institutions of study. McGill community has access of the full article at EAB Research Papers
Supporting Student Leaders (Preview) by Education Advisory Board (EAB)
Tools that provide resources to support student leaders to recognize, reflect upon, and articulate the value of their experiences. McGill community has access of the full article at EAB Research Papers
Engage in Experiential Education by University of Victoria
This document lists type of experiential education and a brief description of each type.
Experiential Education Categories by Brock University
This document provides a list of EL types and a short-description of each type.
Experiential Learning Working Group by Queen's University
This is the final report created by Queen's University on the topic of experiential learning.
Report to Senate: Experiential Education by Brock University
This document provides a context for institutional discussions about experiential education, highlighting the collaborative and consultative process that has been undertaken in order to develop a common set of experiential education categories for the institution.
Work-Integrated Learning in Ontario’s Postsecondary Sector: The Experience of Ontario Graduates by HEQCO
This report presents findings from the Graduating Student Survey on Learning and Work, conducted as part of a multi-phase study launched by the Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario to build the knowledge base about postsecondary work-integrated learning in Ontario.