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Harvard educational psychologist Howard Gardner has found that scholastic knowledge "seems strictly bound to school settings" , p. Unlike classroom learning, outdoor education uses the student's whole environment as a source of knowledge. The community, rather than the classroom, is the context of learning.
This Digest focuses on three principal types of outdoor education commonly used to nurture civic responsibility in students: adventure education, cultural journalism and participatory research, and service learning. A resource list at the end of this Digest provides contact information for several organizations that can provide resources for interested educators and youth leaders. Outdoor education can be an effective bridge to civic participation.
But efforts to involve students in experiential learning in all its forms require planning and skill on the part of educators. Fortunately, a growing body of literature and organizations stand by ready to assist.
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Bellah, R. Habits of the heart: Individualism and commitment in American life. Berkeley: University of California Press. Outdoor Education and the Development of Civic Responsibility. Following are examples of outdoor education programs: The Stream Bank Initiative is a collaborative project by schools in South Royalton, Vermont.
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ED Harris, D. ED Participatory Research Network. Challenge students and yourself to learn together, to go beyond the text, to ask the deeper questions which emerge when we strive to work toward a more just society. Ask for the support you need to make the learning experience successful in your course.
Well-facilitated Reflection Is ongoing, with regular opportunities for guided and purposeful reflection from the outset of the course to the close of the semester. Responds to the diversity of learning styles of students with multiple forms of written and oral reflection, individually and in small and large groups.
Is embedded in the assessment component of the course in order to communicate to students that connections between content and community service are valued. Leaves some cognitive and topical issues open for ongoing discussion to encourage reflection between class sessions.
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