NFER & King's College London (2004): A Review of Research on Outdoor Learning

This is a review of the substantial research evidence which shows that outdoor adventure programmes can impact positively on young people:
1. Attitudes, beliefs and self-perceptions – examples of outcomes include independence, confidence, self esteem. locus of control, self efficacy, personal effectiveness and coping strategies
2. Interpersonal and social skills – such as social effectiveness, communication skills, group cohesion and teamwork

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