British study into the benefits of High Quality Outdoor Learning by the Outdoor Education Advisors’ Panel and published by the English Outdoor Council.
Aims of the thesis – Space and Place – Perspectives on Outdoor Teaching and Learning
The guide is intended to:
• clearly outline the benefits and outcomes of high quality outdoor learning
• recognise and evaluate high quality outdoor learning
• focus on the delivery of high quality outdoor learning – what it looks like and how to achieve it
About this guide Britain has a long tradition of engaging young people in outdoor learning, and the positive impact that this can have on a young person’s development is widely acknowledged.
The guide is intended for:
• those directly involved in outdoor learning with young people, including teachers and support staff, youth workers, youth leaders, instructors, coaches and parents
• policy and decision-makers who wish to understand more about the benefits and impacts of outdoor learning for young people
• those involved in managing and monitoring outdoor learning, including head teachers, youth service managers, heads and managers of outdoor education centres, leaders of voluntary youth organisations and outdoor activity/environmental clubs, and outdoor education/learning advisers.
Full PDF HERE – High Quality Outdoor Learning