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How Outdoor Recreation contributes to Student Success

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Francis Morgan

on 26 June 2014

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Transcript of How Outdoor Recreation contributes to Student Success

How Outdoor Recreation Contributes to Student Success
Contributions to Student Success
Nature Effect
Reduces stress
Increases creativity
Enhances understanding of environmental sustainability
Student Affairs
Develop leadership skills
Cultivate interpersonal relationships and skills
Foster personal and social responsibility
Increase well-being
Personal Perspective
Outdoor programming provides opportunities for connecting with others, connecting with nature, and personal growth. Well designed and delivered programs enhance student engagement, interpersonal skills, student efficacy, and critical thinking skills.
Learning Outcomes in all program design and evaluation
Student Development Outcomes of engagement, retention, efficacy, and critical thinking
Learner-centered program delivery
Francis Morgan, M.A. (USF)

Experiential and Adult Education
Activity Outcomes
Skill Development and Mastery
Leadership development
Lifelong health
Student Government
Contextual content
Develop leadership and critical thinking skills
Foster sustainable development and positive societal change
Increased creativity
Increased retention
Explore lifelong pursuits
Reduce stress
Develop transferable skills for job market
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