Kolb’s experiential learning theory works at two levels: a four-stage learning cycle and four distinct learning styles. Much of Kolb’s theory has to do with the student’s internal cognitive processes.
Kolb states that learning involves the acquisition of abstract concepts that can be applied flexibly in a variety of situations. In Kolb’s theory, the impetus for the development of new concepts is provided by new experiences.
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