Experiential Learning and The 21st Century Workplace

Wednesday, January 8, 2020
8:15 AM - 9:30 AM
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Jordan Hensley
603-862-1463
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Concord
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Experiential Learning and The 21st Century Workplace

On Wednesday, Jan. 8, the Carsey School of Public Policy will host Chuck Bagley, Lean instructor with the NH Bureau of Education & Training, for its monthly Coffee & Conversations discussion. Bagley will discuss Experiential Learning and The 21st Century Workplace.

Growing up in New Hampshire, Bagley’s passion was the outdoor classroom, not so much the confines of the traditional classroom. When the time came to pursue college, he did his best to combine his outdoor interests with academia by acquiring an associate’s degree in forest technology and a bachelor’s degree in forest resource management. After working on fire crews, timber crews, and water quality and soil conservation projects, his passion for learning brought him back to the classroom, where he earned a master’s degree in adult learning and development. His doctoral work focused on facilitating the development and implementation of effective learning practices.

Bagley has taught a variety of topics to a wide range of learners, from college undergraduate and graduate learners to incarcerated and refugee learners, and he’s created numerous faculty and trainer development programs. During his talk, he will discuss trends in formal workplace learning in the U.S. and strategies that aim to enhance formal learning with social, experiential, and informal learning.

Join us on Jan. 8, 8:15 – 9:30 a.m., at the UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law, Room 204.


Carsey’s partners in Coffee & Conversations include the State of NH Bureau of Education and Training and the NH Association of Certified Public Managers.

 

 

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