Our expertise includes outdoor leadership, environmental education and expeditions
The Outdoor Education Research Group work with a range of outdoor-related organisations and professional bodies and regularly publish outdoor-related books, research papers and articles, sit on the editorial boards of key academic journals (e.g. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning) and present at national and international conferences.
Learning on expeditions in Svalbard, Norway
Castle Creek Glacier in British Columbia, Canada
Measuring sediment transport
Field work at Glacier Noir in the French Alps
Student field course
Morteratsch Glacier, Switzerland
- Outdoor leadership
- Environmental education
Projects and collaborations
We are actively involved in international outdoor committees and in developing international collaborative research partnerships, for example with Penn State University in the USA. We also work with the Institute for Outdoor Learning, British Mountaineering Council, British Canoeing, Mountain Training England, HF Holidays, British Exploring Society, World Challenge Expeditions, Outward Bound Oman (through Connecting Cultures Programme) and the International Atomic Energy Agency. We also work at the Plynlimon Research Catchments (Centre for Ecology and Hydrology).
Search publications written by the Outdoor Education Research Group.
3 papers found
EXPLORING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITIES IN MALAYSIAN’S SCHOOLS
Saad KA, Walsh B and Mallaburn A and Brundrett M
Making reasonable adjustments for pupils with special educational needs and disabilities: pre-service teachers’ perceptions of an online support resource
Morley D, Maher A, Walsh B, Dinning T and Lloyd D and Pratt A
Undergraduate student expectations of university in the United Kingdom: What really matters to them?
Money J, Nixon S, Tracy F, Hennessy C and Ball E and Dinning T
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