Three Easy-to-Understand Types of Learning Experiences
Types of learning experiences include group experiences either in-person or online/distance learning, individual experiences with self-study products, and blended experiences that include elements of both group and individual learning experiences.
Here are ASHA's three options
for Type of Learning Experience:
Participants engage as a group,
interacting with each other, an instructor, and the material. Courses may
include formats like workshops, seminars, conferences, webinars, telephone
seminars, video conferences, technical and poster sessions, roundtable
discussions, and traditional academic courses.
Individual (i.e., self-study)
individually, with no interaction with other learners, using the same material.
Self-study courses may include journals, newsletters, and audio and video
Participants engage using
elements of both Group and Individual formats. These courses may be provided in online/distance learning or in-person settings and may have prerequisite
reading and/or video/case study viewing required prior to, during, or after the in-person portion.
Send questions about types of learning experiences to firstname.lastname@example.org.