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Houge Mackenzie, Susan; Kerr, John H. – Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning, 2017
This study investigated the motivational and emotional experience of an experienced outdoor activity participant during a three-day guided adventure trek in Colca Canyon, Peru. The research adopted a qualitative autoethnographic approach which provided unique data in the form of diary entries, experiential diagrams, field notes and email content.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Motivation, Emotional Experience, Recreational Activities
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Gurholt, Kirsti Pedersen; Sanderud, Jostein Rønning – Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning, 2016
This article explores the concept of "curious play" as a theoretical framework to understand and communicate children's experiences of free play in nature. The concept emerged interactively from three sources of inspiration: an ethnographically inspired study of children playing in nature; as a critique of the concept of "risky…
Descriptors: Play, Creativity, Ethnography, Natural Resources
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Blenkinsop, Sean; Telford, John; Morse, Marcus – Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning, 2016
This article draws from the experience of outdoor and experiential educators working in the context of a radical, long-term formal public education research project. One of the accidental findings from the research is that experienced outdoor educators may have particular pedagogical skills, likely honed by the contexts in which they work, that…
Descriptors: Outdoor Education, Experiential Learning, Public Education, Educational Research
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Smith, H. A.; Dyment, J. E.; Hill, A.; Downing, J. – Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning, 2016
This article reports on the experiences of two lecturers working at the University of Tasmania required to teach outdoor and sustainability education (O&SE) courses online. Using an (auto)ethnographic case-study approach, the lecturers were interviewed with a view to exploring their perceptions, challenges, ethical dilemmas, tensions,…
Descriptors: Outdoor Education, Online Courses, Sustainability, Case Studies