#WomenInLearning and 7 Principles of Experiential Learning with Megan Underwood: eLearning Alchemist

In this episode of the eLearning Alchemist podcast, Clint Clarkson interviews learning design expert, Megan Underwood about the 7 principles of experiential learning. They discuss backwards design, the importance of feedback and reflection in learning, and why content is the last thing we need to think about.

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