“According to Harvard Magazine, experiential learning is multisensory and participative. It is highly effective because it engages the senses in a way that promotes learning and comprehension on multiple levels,” says Sterling, chief marketing officer at BigSpeak Speakers’ Bureau. “This is as true in the business world as it is in education.”
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