|Date added||March 27, 2014|
|Category||Research and reports|
2.4h The SuttonTrust-EEF Toolkit: Outdoor Adventure Learning
A summary of the impact of outdoor adventure learning. Main findings:
A wide range of adventure activities are linked with increased academic achievement. Experiences of over a week tend to have greater impact and tend to produce effects of a longer duration.
The main effects tend to be on self-confidence, self-efficacy and motivation and for some pupils explicit links may need to be made to ensure lasting impact on academic attainment.
It is important to work with well-trained and well-qualified staff as adventure experiences can pose very different physical and emotional risks to those in schools.
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