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Experiential Learning and the Outdoor Classroom
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September 13, 2012
EcoParent

The terms “experiential learning”, “outdoor education” and “sustainable education” have become increasingly popular in mainstream schooling of late. Recently too, the “green revolution” has been met with an increased interest in how to instill both passion and an understanding of environmental issues through education – yet alternative educators and educators of ‘at-risk’ youth have been successfully using experiential learning for decades.


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