Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education

Articles from Vol. 13, No. 2, July

Bushwalking and Access: The Kosciusko Primitive Area Debate 1943-6
In south-eastern Australia the journeying practice known as 'the bushwalk' depends on the experience of 'unspoiled' or 'wilderness' settings. An extended remote experience is a core feature of most outdoor education programs, and is usually a highlight...
Editorial
Welcome to another issue of the Australian Journal of Outdoor Education where it is our pleasure to bring you four refereed papers, and two book reviews. This edition features some 'first time in AJOE' authors and some seasoned contributors. Together,...
Equine-Assisted Therapies: Complementary Medicine or Not?
Animal-assisted therapy has been used for years to promote human well-being, and has been shown to improve outcomes for people with Autism-spectrum disorders, illnesses, behavioral problems, and poor emotional well-being (Nimer & Lundahl, 2007)....
Reconceptualising Outdoor Adventure Education: Activity in Search of an Appropriate Theory
Introduction The emphasis on interpersonal and intrapersonal relationships is frequently deemed to be the primary focus of outdoor adventure education (OAE) programmes (Hill, 2007; Priest & Gass, 1997; Zink & Boyes, 2006). For example, Ewert...
Well-Being and Outdoor Pedagogies in Primary Schooling: The Nexus of Well-Being and Safety
Introduction This paper draws upon preliminary findings of the Well-being and Outdoor Pedagogies project (1) which examines various notions of well-being and is concerned to develop the concept of outdoor pedagogies. The ethnographic fieldwork for...
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