English Outdoor Council (2015): High Quality Outdoor Learning
This guide outlines the benefits of working in outdoor contexts and has been written to help evaluate, and set about improving, or further improving, the quality of outdoor learning. In support of this, ten key outcomes of outdoor learning have been identified with a range of indicators attributed to each one. These indicators can be used to support any improvement work, which will often be enhanced by working closely with partners.
|Date added||January 29, 2016|
|Category||External Evaluation Documents, Making the Case, Polices, Planning and Evaluation, Research and reports|
|Tags||evc, head/manager, Outdoor Education Adviser|