This Special Issue originated in a selection of significant papers presented at the (Australian) National Outdoor Education Conference 2016, held in Queensland. These papers made exemplary contributions to the conference theme: Celebrating Innovation.
Innovation and outdoor education
Innovative outdoor fieldwork pedagogies in the higher education sector: Optimising the use of technology
Glyn J. Thomas and Brendon Munge
Coming Home to Place: Aboriginal Lore and Place – ResponsivePedagogy for Transformative Learning in Australian Outdoor Education
Selective Hearing: The Unrecognised Contribution of Women to the Outdoor Profession
Tonia Gray, Sandy Allen-Craig, and Cathryn Carpenter
Those who teach learn: Near-peer teaching as outdoor environmental education curriculum 35 and pedagogy
Lucas Bester, Gregg Muller, Brendon Munge, Marcus Morse, and Noel Meyers
Coping strategies and the development of psychological resilience in outdoor education
Jessie W. Booth and James T. Neill
What are the capabilities of graduates who study outdoor education in Australian universities? The case for a threshold concepts framework
Scott Polley and Glyn J. Thomas
Book review by Glyn Thomas Black, R., & Bricker, Kelly S. (2015). Adventure programming and travel for the 21st century. State College, PA: Venture Publishing, Inc.