Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education

Articles from Vol. 12, No. 2, July

A Case Study on Environmental Perspectives of Boulderers and Access Issues at the Niagara Glen Nature Reserve
Restrictions to access at a number of rock climbing areas in southern Ontario, Canada are due to negative environmental impacts, plant and animal protection, and recreational overuse associated with the recreational activity of rock climbing (Leung...
Challenge by Choice: A Sojourn at the Intersection of Challenge and Choice
I know who I am and who I may be, if I choose. Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra What the Spanish author, Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra said in the 17th century holds true for every human being today. What is the value of having a choice? Is...
Developing an Ethical Code for the Growing Nature Therapy Profession
Introduction It seems like each therapeutic discipline and profession must have an ethical code, yet how does it develop? While working on my doctoral dissertation, conceptualizing and developing a nature therapy framework, I was asked to add...
Editorial
Welcome to another issue of the Australian Journal of Outdoor Education where you will find four refereed papers, two non-refereed papers, and one book review. In this issue there is a mix of new, familiar, international, and Australian authors....
Goffman Goes Rock Climbing: Using Creative Fiction to Explore the Presentation of Self in Outdoor Education
Outdoor education literature has a short, but rich, history of using philosophical (e.g. Hunt, 1990; Wurdinger, 1997; Allison, 2002), anthropological (e.g. Andrews, 1999; Bell, 2003; Venable, 1997), and sociological (e.g. Beames, 2005; Zink &...
Moving on an Effortless Journey: Paddling, River-Places and Outdoor Education
Introduction This paper presents findings from a phenomenological study into the lived experiences of river-places of undergraduate outdoor education students (Wattchow, 2006). As outlined in an earlier paper in the Australian Journal of Outdoor...
Teacher Qualification Guidelines, Ecological Literacy and Outdoor Education
Introduction In this paper I describe the content and outcome of the process to refine qualification guidelines for outdoor education teachers in schools in Victoria, Australia. The initial section of the paper explains the role of qualification...
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