FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., March 24, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- An upcoming episode of the award-winning "information Matrix" hosted by successful actor and philanthropist Laurence Fishburne, will feature new content on Experiential Learning. Discussing the differences in ways an individual can learn, the show will break down the experiential learning model. It will also compare it to other various learning styles such as a hands-on approach, didactic, and situational learning.
With an emphasis on analysis and immersion, Information Matrix will discuss how ELM compares to other types of learning in schools and business education. Various public and private schools are adopting the Experiential learning models. Even colleges are incorporating these new styles of learning, hoping to better prepare upcoming generations for the workforce.
In business, there is a shift being made towards mentorship and leadership training, both of which incorporate ELM. The process involves getting the student interactive while using analytical skills and concepts like reflection. Experiential Learning also incorporates a student or employee learning through playing games, or through role-playing with realistic scenarios. Many retail operations and sales-based businesses are adapting their training methods towards these new ways of learning.
"Information Matrix," hosted by Laurence Fishburne, is a program tackling stories and concepts that are influencing our modern-day society. Each episode breaks down things happening in today's society, culture, and business through a long-form documentary presentation. Shared by a diverse audience, "Information Matrix" is a leading television series focusing on society, education, and industries.
SOURCE Information Matrix