Experiential Education Pakistan

Educators Meet Learners

eee is a space where educators meet learners, a place to discover ourselves; its where we as trainers, teachers, academics, mediators, coaches, psychologists, consultants can try out new thinking, training techniques, experiential activities of whatever kind we choose – openly and safely.

Experiential and Creativity

At our core is the belief that experiential activity and reflection is the surest way to learning, to change and to grow. Its where our curiosity on the best
way to learn meets our potential to deliver; where our creativity knows no


Learning from Others

eee is a space where we listen and learn from others from our own or other cultures, where we access our inner selves and our potential to do more. What holds us is our belief that experiential activity and reflection is the surest way to learning, to change and to grow

What Happens at an EEE event

At eee gatherings we offer workshops or experiences of our own choosing or design; on our own or with others; we may try out what we know or experiment with new ideas. We use ‘Open Space or any other agile approach to get things going. Sometime we offer a session at the last moment, whatever happens is just that, You can be sure that each session will be motivating, sometimes a moving experience.  


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Who Comes to See

Participants come from anywhere and everywhere, from all ages, backgrounds and cultures; are often professionals from the worlds of outdoor training, education, business, academia, private & public services, philanthropy & charitable work; some may be working as community volunteers or in humanitarian services overseas; others are HR or project leads in  companies seeking to broaden their outlook or extend the scope of what they do 

Some Background

The eee community has been running for over 30 years. is vibrant and thrives on collaboration and connection; we learn from colleagues, we thrive on in each others company; we create lasting deep connections and friendships.

We meet at least once a year to share our knowledge, exchange experiences and naturally endless conversations sometimes deep into the night; we join in local activities, dance, act, go walking and eat well. We stay in local communities away from town in simple dwellings; sparkling company assured!

And now imagine, all of this in the Karakorams

About Experiential Learning

The heart of experiential learning lies in the work of the educationalist Kurt Hahn and psychologist David Kolb’s theories developed over 50 years ago; much draws on the writings of John DeweyKurt Lewin, Piaget and CG Jung.

Peter Senge turned the world of training on its head when he published his Fifth Discipline and Field book showing how experiential learning and training is a fundamental to self development, subsequently adopted by many of the most successful organizations in the world

Most of us use experiential in our work;  at our conferences we go deeper; our energetic approach reaches deep in to our souls; powerful learning experiences are readily absorbed which we take with us to share elsewhere in our work.