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EEO. 2021; 20(5): 7525-7539


Qualitative Analysis of Diffusing ERE cycle in Teaching at Higher Education: Experiential Learning Practices in Pakistan

Dr. Naeem Akhtar, Nazia Aslam, Syed Qaiser Hussain, Arbeela Memon.

Abstract
Numerous studies have revealed the concerns over scarcity of effective communication skills among fresh graduates. A serious discussion is around to device the analysis of ERE cycle involving business students at higher education. After treatment of one semester, the reflections and focus group interviews were conducted strategies to improve necessary skills among the students rather producing a high number of graduates. Experiential Learning is one of those effective and established strategy that is helping academia in enhancing life skills in the students. In the local context, an ERE cycle was developed which was based on experiential learning models and strategies to cater the needs of the students at higher education. This study was aimed to extract the qualitative to seek the impact of ERE cycle. The participants provided an insight how they experienced a uniformed model of experiential learning and how effective this could prove in teaching at higher education. Generally, they recorded positive views in favor of ERE cycle and endorsed using this model which helped them in improving the required skills in the courses they were taught. The study strongly recommends this model to be utilized as an andragogy and further researches should be conducted to modify and improve this method in the local context of Pakistan.

Key words: communication skills, ERE cycle, experiential learning



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