WELCOME TO EOE 224 Introduction to Outdoor Education. Dr. Garth Pickard. Begin to understand the 5 INTEGRAL components of Outdoor Education; and, Begin to understand How next happens. The purpose of this afternoon is for all of us to:. Understand how important you as teachers are ...
Begin to understand How next happens ...
How key this EOE 224 class is to your personal and professional growth ...
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Experiencing our learning by using our complex sensory systems. Our species has an innate need to see, touch, taste, feel, and hear the features of any new object in order to understand it better
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We are not creating Sustainability Education as #81
The crisis of sustainability, the fit between humanity and its habitat, is manifest in varying ways and degrees everywhere on earth. It is not only a permanent feature on the public agenda; for all practical purposes it is the agenda …
The content of our curriculum and the process of education, with a few notable exceptions, has not changed … what is apparent … is that we do not worry about what our children and young people learn and how well they learn it until a crisis happens along. The crisis cannot be solved by the same kind of education that helped create the problems (Orr, 1992)
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