For learning to happen through adventure, activities must be intentional. It is critical that activities be appropriate to both the constituency and the goals of your group.
Great Games for Big Activity Balls
By simply changing the size of the activity ball, the total effect of the game can be altered.
Applied Research and Evaluation Methods in Recreation eBook
The instrumentation plan helps guide the progress of the study to the ultimate goal of gathering data and formulating conclusions to answer the research question.
Park and Recreation Professional's Handbook eBook With Online Resource
Professional development encompasses numerous facilitated learning opportunities, from college degree programs to formal course work to conferences and informal learning opportunities situated in practice
Scooter Games eBook
Help children engage in beneficial play and endless movement opportunities with these scooter games.
Safer Beaches eBook
Beach flags are becoming more popular throughout the world, particularly at surf beaches.
Teaching Cross-Country Skiing eBook
The diagonal stride is the technique used most commonly when people are cross-country skiing on classic, or diagonal, skis.
Orienteering offers many benefits, but its real attraction is that it is fun!
The best way to learn the basic T-form shot is to first mimic it without actually shooting an arrow. Mimicking gives you the chance to make the motions of shooting habitual and to get used to the equipment gradually.
Outdoor Adventure Education eBook
The English word adventure comes from the French term aventure, which evolved from the Latin term adventurus, which means simply �about to arrive� but which over time has come to connote an exciting event that contains elements of risk and/or danger and where the outcome is uncertain.