Dr Anita Pryor A large and growing body of evidence tells us that going bush is good for health and wellbeing. When we add physical activity, experiential adventure and social relationships, the benefits are multiplied. And when these elements are...
  • February 1, 2018
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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...
  • November 9, 2017
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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...
  • November 9, 2017
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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...
  • November 9, 2017
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A/Prof. John Quay1 1University Of Melbourne The notion of cultureplace is an attempt, using words, to show how living experience of culture cannot be separated from living experience of place, and vice versa (Quay, 2017). While we can think about...
  • November 9, 2017
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Dr Marcus Morse1 1La Trobe University Wild Pedagogies as an idea and practice has generated considerable interest over the last few years. It has arisen out of a convergence of ideas about wilderness and the wild, education and the emerging...
  • November 9, 2017
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Mr Anthony Mangelsdorf1 1La Trobe University Education ‘in, for and about the outdoors’ is often quoted as a definition for outdoor education – but how much of outdoor education is actually ‘for’ the outdoors? Further, to what degree does outdoor...
  • November 9, 2017
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Mr Scott Jukes1 1La Trobe University Journeys have long been part of the outdoor education landscape. In this presentation, I explore possibilities for envisioning outdoor education journeys differently by focusing on the material relations of a Snowy River journey with...
  • November 9, 2017
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Mrs Georgie Chilcott1, Mr Dave  Groves2, Mrs linda Jolleys1 1Snug Primary School, 2Aboriginal Education Services Presentation Part one Dave Groves will discuss the redevelopment considerations of the site and the connection it has with the Indigenous Snug community.  He will...
  • November 9, 2017
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Ms Jessica Brown1, Ms Bianca Dallan1 1Zoos Victoria PRACTICAL PRESENTATION: Let’s talk about love. Early Childhood is arguably the most important stage of a child’s development – cognitively, emotionally and physically.  When thinking about early childhood environmental education, the emotional...
  • November 9, 2017
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