This book offers students considering a career in outdoor adventure education a comprehensive view of this expanding discipline of in its various settings.
This unique text presents twenty, often highly contentious, issues in a debate format, challenging students to participate in critical discourse as practitioners in the field of adventure programming.
An invaluable outdoor leadership training resource to meet the needs of university students training to be professional outdoor leaders
Outdoor Program Administration will help students and both seasoned and new administrators, flourish in a variety of varied environments, such as campus recreation, government, commercial and not-for-profit organizations.
The beauty and tranquility of nature can be deceptively dangerous for the unprepared. Knowledge of basic survival techniques are as essential as a map and compass when heading off the beaten track.
Teaching Adventure Education Theory: Best Practices offers stimulating, enjoyable and engaging activities that instructors can use in teaching future teachers, outdoor leaders and group facilitators in making the connections between adventure theory and practice.
The book is intended as a curriculum guide for recreation and physical education students preparing to teach outdoor and adventure skills. It is also suitable for outdoor recreation and adventure instructors and for secondary school physical education teachers who want to teach outdoor activities.