- Freelance Professionals Cooperative – Networking, guidance, mentoring, support and representation from Institute of Outdoor Learning
- Work in the Outdoors in NSW & ACT – Provided to you by Outdoors NSW & ACT – Opportunities in the Outdoors sector for employment and contracting. Join the teams that provide health and wellbeing for our communities by connecting them to adventure and recreation experiences in nature.
- Mental Health Resources
- Covid Stress Continuum
- That discomfort your feeling is stress
- Who do I want to be during covid?
- Resiliency in the Time of Covid 19: Psychological First Aid
- How to build a psychological First Aid Kit
- Zoom Fatigue
Expedition and Camping Equipment:
- ONE PLANET Recommendations
- Wilderness Equipment Recommendations
Ropes and Ropes Course Equipment:
First Aid Resources:
- First aid during the Covid-19 Crisis Period
- First Aid Example of modifications Covid-19 context
- First Aid Procedures during the Covid-19 Restrictions period
- Australian Industry and Skills Committee
First Aid Links:
- Building a Community of Learners
- Forget Old Screen Time Rules- Here is what to focus on instead
- Higher Education Remote Learning
- Leave No Trace- Virtual Trainer Course
- Outdoor Fundamentals Online Course
- Outdoor Learning as Model for Reopening Schools
Benefits of the Outdoors:
Women In the Outdoors:
- Notes from ITOH Women in the Outdoors Wk 19 Session
- Outdoor Careers and Motherhood- full article
- The invisibility cloak: Women’s contributions to outdoor and environmental education- Abstract
- Selective hearing: The unrecognised contribution of women to the outdoor profession- Abstract
- So– you do this for a living? : a study of women in adventure recreation in Western Australia- full article
- The “F” word: Feminism in outdoor education- Full Article
- The hidden turmoil: Females achieving longevity in the outdoor learning profession– Full article
- The Gendered Hidden Curriculum of Adventure Education– Full Article
- So You Do this For a Living? A Study of Women in Adventure Recreation in Western Australia
We believe learning through experience positively transforms people and our world.
The Association for Experiential Education is a membership organization that strives to elevate and expand the global capacity of Experiential Education. AEE is committed to supporting professional development, theoretical advancement, and the evaluation of Experiential Education Worldwide.
2020 AEE International Conference
With over 700 attendees from 32 countries, we joyfully came together for 3 days of live events where we danced, we laughed, we virtually hugged, we learned, we taught, and we celebrated our community together through distance.
The Marina Ewald and Kurt Hahn Address 2020
The coronavirus pandemic impact study is an examination of the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic on the outdoor and adventure education fields. The purpose of this study is to gather the collective wisdom of people engaged in outdoor and adventure education by asking that you share the changes you have made, or will likely make, in your program and how you envision remaining sustainable in the future. To that extent, we have designed a set of general questions and four themes as currently relevant to this study:
16 General Questions
Theme 1: Safety and Risk Management
Theme 2: Operations, Logistics, and Financial Solvency
Theme 3: The Nature of Outdoor Programming
Theme 4: Changing Clientele & Staff
While you are welcome to contribute to the collective knowledge in all areas, we ask that you answer the general questions and one theme in full.
Online virtual team building games resources presented on Day 2 by – Matthew W. Broda (C.O.W. Department of Education) Michelle Cummings (Training Wheels) Trevor Dunlap (Nuhop)