Mr David Hayward1,2, Dr Heidi Smith2 1St Patrick’s College, 2University of Tasmania In Outdoor Education, as Hahnism gave rise to Neo-Hahnism, Neo-Hahnism has in turn given birth to Post Neo-Hahnism: a term that has emerged as a result of recent...
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Jenny Dudgeon1, Ruth Whelan1, Sharyn Brett1,2 1Department of Education Tasmania, 2Sustainability Learning Centre and wyraparatee Child and Family Centre, Geeveston In 2017 and 2018, Aboriginal Education Services (AES) and the Sustainability Learning Centre (SLC) in response to the Australian Curriculum’s...
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Mr Tim Whelan1 1The Friends School Tim will have a number of boats at varying stages of completion available for viewing.  Participants will assist with the build of a canoe in this 90 minute workshop.  Participants will be given a...
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Mr Chris Townsend1, Ms Kelly Gledhill1 1La Trobe University – Dept. Of Outdoor And Environmental Education, 2La Trobe University – Dept. Of Outdoor And Environmental Education Through the lenses of a veteran outdoor educator, observations of paddler behavior around a...
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Glyn Thomas, Scott Polley, Sandy Allen-Craig, Heather Grenon, Marcus Morse, Anthony Mangelsdorf In the outdoor education profession in Australia, there are multiple pathways for employees to demonstrate they have the knowledge and skills to work in the field with students....
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Dr Glyn Thomas1 1The University Of The Sunshine Coast Place-based outdoor education has been attracting growing interest across the outdoor education profession as an alternative to place-less outdoor programming that fails to consider what affordances specific locations may provide. This...
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Mr Rob Stillwell1, Mr Jonathan Bannister2 1Scotch College Adelaide, 2Scotch College Adelaide Creating safe learning environments where adventurous learning can occur is a challenge. Documented risk mitigation through identifying hazards and matching them with processes, skills and experience is critical...
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Dr Alistair Stewart1 1La Trobe University During the past 15 years a number of researchers in outdoor environmental education have questioned previously taken-for-granted universalist approaches and emphasised the significance of specific contexts and locations of practice. Complementary developments in outdoor...
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Mr Peter Smith1 1Coefficent Pty Ltd , 2University of the Sunshine Coast Education or Entertainment – The 4 C’s of Outdoor Experiential Learning Observations during my career teaching outdoor education have led me to believe that quality outdoor education relies...
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Dr Heidi A Smith1, Mr David Hayward2 1University Of Tasmania, 2St Patrick’s College Across Australia, the many forms of learning outside including outdoor education, outdoor recreation, environmental education, and adventure education have, to varying degrees, identified the importance of ‘nature...
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