An Experiential Learning Model for HRM Students

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  • Catherine E. Giunta Seton Hill University

Abstract

This article is an action research enquiry into the progress of business undergraduate human resource management students through the process of developing experiential projects for the campus and for regional profit and non-profit businesses. Bloom's taxonomy is a foundation component of this process.  Analysis of a survey of students demonstrates the efficacy of such a hands-on learning endeavor. There is little written to date about the use of this  pedagogy for human resource management students in particular. This study aims to partially fill a knowledgegap in the field.

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Giunta, C. E. (2008). An Experiential Learning Model for HRM Students. Journal of Human Resources Education, 2(4). Retrieved from https://journals.troy.edu/index.php/JHRE/article/view/33

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