Management educators are confronted with a variety of teaching challenges as they attempt to distill and instill practical knowledge. Compounding this overarching challenge is millennial students’ desire to be actively involved in their own learning and their need to receive immediate feedback regarding the practical implications of their course material. One particularly difficult topic to teach millennial students is trust. Adventure learning provides a medium to address these student desires and to explore trust in an emotionally, socially, and physically safe environment. This article explores adventure learning and looks at specific activities being used at a medium-sized, northeastern university to teach millennial students about trust.
Barnes, Kathleen J.; Smith, George E.; and Constantine, Madeline
"You Want Me to Trust You? Using Adventure Learning
to Teach Millennials About Trust,"
Organization Management Journal: Vol. 9:
4, Article 7.
Available at: https://scholarship.shu.edu/omj/vol9/iss4/7