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Copy of The Outdoor Education Tree Metaphor

This presentation introduce students to the tree metaphor of Outdoor education proposed by Simon Priest in 1986. The model explain the origin of Outdoor Education and its later specialization with the development of Adv. Ed. and Env. Ed. .
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Brad Moskowitz

on 4 September 2013

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Transcript of Copy of The Outdoor Education Tree Metaphor

INTRAPERSONAL RELATIONSHIP
Me and myself
EKESTIC RELATIONSHIP
Me and nature
ECOSYSTEMIC RELATIONSHIP
How the natural world works
Outdoor Education
Adventure
Education
Environmental
Education
INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIP
Me and others
Camping Education
Adventure Education
Environmental Education
Experiential Education
References
Priest, S., & Gass, M. A. (2005). Effective leadership in adventure programming. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

Priest, S. (1986). Redefining Outdoor Education: A Matter of Many Relationships. Journal of Environmental Education, 17(3), 13-15.
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