Every junkyard sport has four elements:
The more diverse the participants in skill, age, or ability, the more potential for social learning and challenge. For example, a new
Teaching Adventure Education Theory
The pattern of inquiry (POI), reflects John Dewey�s ideas on how people use an experience to gain knowledge about a topic or concept. The POI is a cyclical process, detailing the journey of learning instead of the ultimate destination.
The Sports Rules Book-3rd Edition
A glimpse into a sport that 3.5 million people around the world enjoy.
Quality Lesson Plans for Outdoor Education
Review a lesson plan about bike parts and bike maintenance.
Rock Climbing eBook
Several factors should be considered when you are deciding where to go rock climbing. First, you must determine if your abilities and preferences will enable you to have an enjoyable experience at a specific location.
Inclusive Recreation With Web Resource
Adventure activities are becoming an inclusive enterprise for those who seek to push their personal limits. The
most important goal of any inclusive adventure program is to welcome all persons to the group, regardless of whether or not they have a disability.
When undergoing your apprenticeship, make sure you have each stage right before advancing to the next; otherwise you can be overwhelmed.
Geocaching for Schools and Communities eBook
Learn more about this fun new activity.
Physical Activities In the Wheelchair and Out
Play different versions of beanbag races: Chair Version and Floor Version
Dog Park Design, Development, and Operation
Dog park programs, though not really abundant, like our regular programs (for people), are indeed out there.