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The role of outdoor education

M. Alexander Gabrielsen

The role of outdoor education

by M. Alexander Gabrielsen

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Published by Center for Applied Research in Education in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Open-air schools

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 105-108.

    Statement[by] M. Alexander Gabrielsen [and] Charles Holtzer.
    SeriesThe Library of education
    ContributionsHoltzer, Charles, joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB3490 .G3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 117 p.
    Number of Pages117
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5954041M
    LC Control Number65027725

    The Teacher’s Role Teachers play a dual role in the Reggio Emilia classroom. Their primary role is to learn alongside children, becoming involved in group learning experiences as a guide and resource. A Reggio Emilia teacher must always carefully observe and track the . an interdisciplinary approach is used to relate a variety of curricular areas to outdoor education. the role of federal, state, and voluntary organizations in promoting educational and recreational uses of public lands and facilities is discussed. suggestions are offered for the training of personnel to lead the outdoor education programs of our schools and institutions of higher education.

      The similarities and differences between these roles are discussed, as are strategies that outdoor educators can apply to optimise their use of, and movement between, these roles. Keywords Facilitation, Facilitation Roles, Outdoor Education. Outdoor Adventure Education: Foundations, Theory, and Research steeps students in the theories, concepts, and developments of outdoor adventure education, preparing them for careers in this burgeoning field.. This text is based on author Alan W. Ewert’s pioneering book Outdoor Adventure Pursuits: Foundations, Models, and and Sibthorp, both experienced practitioners.

    Written by a team of experts in the field, this book focuses on the core values of effective outdoor provision, and is packed with ideas to try out in practice. Topics covered include: the role of play in learning outdoors - meaningful experiences for children outdoors - the role of the adult outdoors. Education in Context: The Role of Place in Nature-Based Early Childhood Education. until recently a relatively new phenomenon in the United States—the outdoor preschool. Back then, I wasn’t certain whether our school would even make it through the year, much less grow to where it is today. So, it is hard to believe that I have been.


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