Reasserting the Philosophy of Experiential Education as a Vehicle for Change in the 21st Century

  title={Reasserting the Philosophy of Experiential Education as a Vehicle for Change in the 21st Century},
  author={Christian M. Itin},
  journal={Journal of Experiential Education},
  pages={91 - 98}
  • C. Itin
  • Published 1 September 1999
  • Philosophy
  • Journal of Experiential Education

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