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People and environment : the outdoor education community : curriculum ideas

conference contribution
posted on 1999-01-01, 00:00 authored by A Lugg, Marylou Preston
This session is based on the concept of people as part of a broad ecological community. It focuses on relationships between people and between people and their environment. We look at outdoor education curriculum and teaching ideas aimed at developing the concepts of community, interdependence and responsibility for people and other living and non-living things. The concepts will be discussed in relation to developing outdoor education programs for students in years Prep-10.
Examples of teaching and assessment ideas will be provided from the Outdoor Education Course Advice Materials which have been developed for the Victorian Curriculum and Standards Framework (CSF). Resources will also be discussed and displayed. The session will be part presentation and part interactive group work. It is relevant to teachers, curriculum developers and other outdoor educators working with children in the years Prep-10 age range.

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Event

National Outdoor Education Conference (11th : 1999 : Perth, W.A.)

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94 - 97

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[unknown]

Location

Perth, W.A.

Place of publication

[Perth, W.A.]

Start date

1999-01-11

End date

1999-01-15

Language

eng

Publication classification

E1.1 Full written paper - refereed

Title of proceedings

National Outdoor Education Conference Proceedings

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