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ERIC Number: ED431575
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1998-Nov
Pages: 48
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: N/A
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Selected Monographs from the Association for Experiential Education International Conference (26th, Incline Village, Nevada, November 5-9, 1998).
Association for Experiential Education, Boulder, CO.
This document contains 20 edited presentations, each in a two-page digest-like format, from the 1998 conference of the Association for Experiential Education (AEE). Presentations are: (1) "Adapting Equipment and Teaching Methods for Persons with Disabilities" (Cindy Dillenschneider); (2) "Adventure Programming and Facilitating When You Don't Know Your Participant Is a Survivor of Sexual Abuse" (Denise Mitten); (3) "Body Stories: Experiential Learning for Women's Body Image and Eating Problems" (Lisa West-Smith); (4) "A Case for International Education in AEE and Some Suggestions for How To Get Started" (Tom Lindblade); (5) "Chasing the Buddha: Bringing Meditation to Experiential Education" (Will White); (6) "Everybody Wins: Utilizing Experiential Activities with Athletic Teams" (Gregory Dale, Scott Conant); (7) "Experiential Education in Urban Community-Based Organizations" (Rebecca Carver); (8) "Experiential Therapy with Homeless and 'Street' Youth" (Karin Kallander, Laura Levings, Matthew E. Houghton); (9) "Exploration with a Corporate Navigator: 'From Wingtips to Birkenstocks'" (Russ Warmath); (10) "Facilitating Defining Moments for Others" (Relly Nadler, John Luckner); (11) "Four Step Model for Experiential Counseling" (Vonda Long, David Scherer); (12) "GOAPe: An Urban High School Program Out beyond the Concrete" (Steve Hagler); (13) "The Impact of Diversity Issues on Risk Management" (Nina S. Roberts, Sky Gray); (14) "Interagency Collaborative Training" (L-Jay Fine); (15) "The Logic of Action in Experiential Education: Starting Where the Learner Is (Assuring Children of Their Inestimable Worth)" (Donald F. Webb, Jr.); (16) "Making Sense of Outdoor Management Development (OMD): Comparing Participants' Views of OMD with the Received Wisdom" (Phil Donnison); (17) "Pathways to Transformation" (Bob Henderson, Pamela Cushing); (18) "The Psychology of Human Performance" (David A. Thomas); (19) "Walk the Talk: 'Tracking' Team Performance" (Scout Cloud Lee, Jan Summers, Carol Ann Washburn); and (20) "Who Is Least Likely To Visit Natural Areas and Participate in Outdoor Experiential Education Programs; What Are the Barriers; and How Can Barriers Be Broken?" (Patrick T. Tierney, Rene Dahl). Most entries contain references. Appendices include experiential activities to highlight team strategies, strategies for addressing diversity issues related to risk management, and instructions for constructing a nature journal. (SV)
AEE, 2305 Canyon Blvd., Suite 100, Boulder, CO 80302-5651; Tel: 303-440-8844 ($16.95; individual papers, $2.50 each).
Publication Type: Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Association for Experiential Education, Boulder, CO.
Note: For selected individual papers, see RC 022 023-032.