Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education

Articles from Vol. 17, No. 2, July

Call for Papers
Audience of the journal The Australian Journal of Outdoor Education (AJOE) is a refereed journal devoted to the scholarly examination of issues in the field of outdoor education. It is relevant to outdoor education practitioners and researchers,...
Editorial
Welcome to this issue of the Australian Journal of Outdoor Education. The first three look at different aspects of incident reporting and management. The fourth article picks up from the theme of the previous issue of AJOE and examines how people develop...
John Dewey and Education Outdoors: Making Sense of the 'Educational Situation' through More Than a Century of Progressive Reforms: Quay, J., & Seaman, J. (2013). John Dewey and Education Outdoors: Making Sense of the 'Educational Situation' through More Than a Century of Progressive Reforms. the Netherlands: Sense Publishers
ISBN: 978-94-6209-213-6 (paperback), 103 pages Like many who work in outdoor education, my introduction to John Dewey was through the idea that an experience only becomes educative when it is reflected upon. As I learnt how to be an outdoor educator...
Listening Place
Introduction A relationship with 'place' has the potential to transform our practice as educators. As Gruenewald (2003a) states, "an understanding of it [place] is key to understanding the nature of our relationships with each other and the world"...
Safety-Related Improvisation in Led Outdoor Activities: An Exploratory Investigation into Its Occurrence and Influencing Factors Cents Efactors
Introduction Led outdoor activities (LOA), defined here as instructed activities taking place in an outdoor setting that have an educational goal associated with them, can involve a degree of uncertainty and risk. Participating in LOA activities...
Supervision of School and Youth Groups on Lift-Served Ski Slopes: A Research Perspective
Introduction School and youth groups are a common sight on Australian ski slopes, particularly mid week, and the school snow trip is a fixture of many school extra-curricula offerings. Published guidelines for such trips commonly make a distinction...
What Would You like? Identifying the Required Characteristics of an Industry-Wide Incident Reporting and Learning System for the Led Outdoor Activity Sector
Introduction The goal of the UPLOADS (Understanding and Preventing Led Outdoor Accidents Data System) project is to develop a standardised, national approach to incident reporting and learning for the outdoor sector in Australia. The project is...
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