Applied Learning Reading, Resources and References

This guide was developed in consultation with the following resources.


This guide was developed in consultation with the following resources:

Association for Co-operative Education, BC/Yukon. (2017). Comparative matrix of co-operative education with other forms of work-integrated education and work-integrated learning. Retrieved from

Barr, R. B., & Tagg, J. (1995). From teaching to learning: A new paradigm for undergraduate education. Change, (6), 12. Retrieved from

Brendtro, L. K., Brokenleg, M., & Van Bockern, S. (2002). Reclaiming youth at risk: Our hope for the future. Bloomington, Ind.: Solution Tree. Retrieved from

Camosun College. (2012). Leading practices in curriculum: Principles and standards for leading educational practices in curriculum at Camosun College.

Camosun College. (2023). Strategic plan 2023-2028.

Camosun College. (2017). Experiential learning literature review Camosun Library.

Camosun College. (2017). Social innovation in higher education: A preliminary review of the research Camosun Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.

Fullan, M., Langworthy, M., & Barber, M. (2014). A rich seam: How new pedagogies find deep learning Toronto, Ontario: MaRS Discovery District. Retrieved from

Grant, M. (2016). Aligning skill development to labour market need. Ottawa: Conference Board of Canada.

Harrison, A. (2017) Skills, Competencies and Credentials. Toronto: Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario.

Johnson, K. A., Grazulis, J., & White, J. K. (2014). Sleep out on the quad: An opportunity for experiential education and servant based leadership. Critical Questions In Education, 5(3), 233-241. Retrieved from

Kenny, N., Berensen, C., Chick, N., Johnson, C., Keegan, F., Read, E., et al. (2017). A developmental framework for teaching expertise in postsecondary education presented at the international society for the scholarship of teaching and learning (ISSOTL) conference. Message posted to

Kolb, A. Y., & Kolb, D. A. (2005). Learning styles and learning spaces: Enhancing experiential learning in higher education. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 4(2), 193-212.

Kolb, D. A. (2014). Experiential learning: Experience as the source of learning and development. New Jersey: FT Press.

Lave, J., & Wenger, E. (1991).  Situated learning: Legitimate peripheral participation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

National Society for Experiential Education (2013). Eight Principles of Good Practice for All Experiential Learning Activities. Retrieved from

Reason, R. D. (2003). Student variables that predict retention: Recent research and new developments. NASPA Journal, 40(4), 172-191. doi:10.2202/1949-6605.1286

Rethinking higher education curricula: Increasing impact through experiential, work-integrated, and community-engaged learning. (2017). Toronto: University of Toronto.

Seaman, J., Brown, M., & Quay, J. (2017). The evolution of experiential learning theory: Tracing lines of research in the JEE. Journal of Experiential Education, 40(4), NP1. Retrieved from

 Stanchfield, J. (December 2013). The brain, learning, and reflection. Message posted to…

Stirling, A., Kerr, G., MacPherson, E., Banwell, J., Bandealy, A., & Battaglia, A. (2017). Do postsecondary internships address the four learning modes of experiential learning theory? an exploration through document analysis. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 47(1), 27-48. Retrieved from

Waddell, J. (2015). Bridging the theory/practice divide: Experiential learning for a critical, people-centred economy (SSHRC knowledge synthesis grant: new ways of learning final report) Retrieved from

Williams, L., & Tanaka, M. (2007). Schalay'nung Sxwey'ga: Emerging cross-cultural pedagogy in the academy. Educational Insights, 11(3), 1. Retrieved from