Tonia Gray, Professor & Senior Researcher at the Centre for Educational Research, at Western Sydney University, was recently honoured with the Distinguished Researcher Award from the American Association of Experiential Education.
Outdoor Education Australia has made available for public viewing a select number of presentations given at NOEC 2018 in Hobart, in April 2018.
OEA announces new OEA Digital Library and publishing partnership with Springer
From April 2018 Australian Outdoor Educators will have digital access to a number of highly beneficial library resources as a result of a new partnership with Springer, one of the world’s largest academic publishing houses.
New OEA Award honours inspirational Outdoor Ed Programs
Outdoor Education Australia (OEA) in conjunction with its Foundation Partner, Wilderness Equipment, has announced at NOEC 2018 an inaugural Australian Outdoor Education Program of the year Award.
OEA Announces renewed Partner Support for organisation and Australian Outdoor Education.
Outdoor Education Australia (OEA) at its biennial conference, NOEC 2018, held in Hobart from 9 -12 April, announced and thanked three outdoor equipment providers for their significant and ongoing support of OEA.
Special Issue focusses on early years of outdoor education
The March 2018 Issue of the Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education (JOEE) — the first to be published via OEA’s partnership with Springer International — focuses on Forest School; the brand and approach to outdoor and environmental education in the early childhood years.
This bumper issue has a broad international focus with contributors from around the English speaking outdoor education world: Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and Canada.
Outdoor Ed study with 60 schools tracks benefits post course and over time
Those working in Outdoor Education often lament the lack of concrete evidence that attests to the benefits of outdoor educational programs.
This Outdoor Ed Study by Learning Away, released in 2015, may go some way to providing you with the outcomes you need to champion outdoor education.
Fiji-based Ocean Ambassadors invites Australian schools to voyage with them on marine debris management programs
With the rising sea levels and ocean debris a threat to our oceans and low-lying islands, a Canadian organised ocean conservation company, Ocean Ambassadors, is providing opportunities for 400 students a year to participate in week long educational voyagers around Fiji. Read more