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Why don't intermediate teachers go outside?
The benefits of spending time outdoors and connecting with the natural world are becoming increasingly recognized, with outdoor education gaining more acceptance and visibility in our society. Unfortunately, traditional ...
Assessment and evaluation practices in outdoor, experiential, environmentally-focused integrated and interdisciplinary programs
Two integrated/interdisciplinary programs were used as qualitative case studies of assessment and evaluation practices in outdoor, experiential, environmentally-focused integrated and interdisciplinary programs. Data were ...
Changing climate of outdoor education in the Quebec CEGEP system
This study examined the manner in which outdoor education programming has changed in the English Quebec College D'Enseignement General et Professionnel (CEGEP) system during the last 20-30 years and the factors contributing ...
Indigenizing Environmental Education: How can Land-Based Practices become an Educational Journey of Reconciliation?
Environmental education today centres on the protection and conservation of land for settler-Canadians. This research explores how including an Indigenous perspective of Land into environmental education can aid non-Indigenous ...