Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education

Articles from Vol. 19, No. 1, April

Editorial
Welcome to volume 19 of the journal. With this volume we make the anticipated change in name from the Australian Journal of Outdoor Education to the Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education. The change acknowledges engagement with the international...
Exploring Adventure Therapy as an Early Intervention for Struggling Adolescents
Introduction This study explored the experience of adolescents and families involved with Onward Adventures (this is a pseudonym used to protect the identity of participants and staff), an Australian adventure therapy (AT) program for at-risk adolescents....
Going Pro: Point of View Cameras in Adventure Sports Research
Introduction The role of the adventure sports coach has been documented by Collins and Collins (2012), and as my primary role at Bangor University is to train teachers and coaches of adventure sports, it was pertinent to research adventure sports...
Outdoor Ed APPbag of Tricks
Wild Exposure Pty Ltd. (2015). Outdoor Ed APPbag of Tricks. [Mobile application software]. Retrieved from https://play. google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.goodbarber.roproject&hl=en Brew time. After a morning of marking, I slam the lid of...
Reflections on Using Pinhole Photography as a Pedagogical and Methodological Tool with Adolescents in Wild Nature
Introduction Opportunities for adolescents to participate in extended journeys in remote and challenging environments are rare; as such, our remote 16-day canoe journey in Northern Canada's Yukon Territory afforded a unique opportunity to learn...
Sights and Insights: Vocational Outdoor Students' Learning through and about Reflective Practice in the Workplace
Background There is both increased and diverse demand for outdoor experiences in the UK where the outdoor sector seems to be in good health and continues to experience growth (Ogilvie, 2013). According to the Institute for Outdoor Learning, the...
The Return Home: Transitioning from a 28-Day Remote Outdoor Education Programme
Transitioning This article shares the findings of a research project on the transition process experienced by year 10 girls (aged 14) moving from a residential 28-day outdoor education programme at a remote campus called Te Kahu (a pseudonym) back...
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