International Conference on Experiential Learning 2017

The 21st century is making many of the conventional classroom-based educational methodologies ineffective at all levels. There is a widespread interest in the adoption of experiential learning in professional disciplines such as education, engineering, business and media in universities as well as in schools. Experiential learning is learning by doing and includes Project-based learning, Problem-based learning (PBL) and activity-based learning. It is often referred to learning through action, experience, discovery and exploration.

Who Should Participate?

Industry Professionals, Experiential Learning Experts, Academicians, Policy Makers, Research Institutions, Research Scholars, School & College Principals, Students and NGOs

IoBM invites you to participate through research papers, poster presentations and case studies that demonstrate a clear conceptual framework of translating theory into practice through experiential learning. There are three conference tracks: (i) research papers, (ii) posters presentations and (iii) case studies. The three tracks represent action, experience and exploration which are the core features of Experiential Learning. Send your abstract (300 words) and posters (3x5feet) on a relevant theme via email, latest by September 15, 2017 to:

What is and what is NOT experiential learning
Theories and variant interpretations of experiential learning
Practical framework for academia, industry and policy makers
Impact of technology, online modes on theory & practice
Transformational nature of experiential learning
Experiential Learning Projects & Field Works
Methodologies and frameworks
Ensuring academic rigor
Collaboration with industry and community
Challenges of industry-driven real-life projects

Experiential Learning Adopters: Case Studies
Best Practices: IT, Engineering, Medicine, Business, Education
Challenges/change management at schools and universities
Challenges/benefits in entrepreneurship, self-employment
Faculty mentoring and change resistance
Experiential Learning: Theories/realities
Student development & learning Impact
Assessment of learning: Authentic, formative, etc.
Experiential Learning Projects in schools vs. universities
Curriculum and lesson planning

Click here for Online Submission / Registration

Dates to rememberRegistration Fee                 National                International
Abstract Submission Deadline:  September 15, 2017Participants                      PKR 3000                         USD 100
Acceptance of Abstract: October 01, 2017Students                            PKR 2000                         USD 50
Full Paper Submission Deadline: October 15, 2017*Conference fee includes material, refreshments/meals &certificates

Shahid Aslam Mirza or Dr. M. Abid Ali (Ph. 021-111-002-004 Ext. 755, 294)

Director Conference: 0092-332-8235143