Well-being and involvement form the quality criteria of the process-oriented approach of the EXE. And deep-level learning or fundamental learning is the effect we want to achieve with it.
The experiential approach sets the bar high: deep-level learning or fundamental learning is the goal. A fundamental change in the ‘basic schemata’ that determine how someone deals with reality is the criterion. In fundamental learning, as opposed to superficial learning, people not only incorporate new elements into their repertory, but they also come to a different way of functioning. Their grip on reality has become broader and finer. Fundamental learning changes the person.