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Patricia Briscoe – Journal of Experiential Education, 2024
Background: Research suggests that many educators hold inaccurate or incomplete perceptions of poverty leading to stereotyping of students living in poverty. It is important for future teachers to understand more about the complexities of poverty so they can bridge gaps between misconceptions and understanding for their students, families, and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Preservice Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education, Poverty
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Cecil Hill Goodman – Journal of Experiential Education, 2024
Background: Research in outdoor adventure education (OAE) and related fields has argued that OAE programming can problematically reproduce dominant ways of being around patriarchy and whiteness. In particular, scholars have forwarded specific critiques of sense of place (SOP) in OAE or related fields. Purpose: This article investigated and…
Descriptors: Adventure Education, Racism, Colonialism, Place Based Education
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Grace Ngai; Ka-Hing Lau; Kam-Por Kwan – Journal of Experiential Education, 2024
Background: The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in strict social distancing and lockdown measures to contain the spread of the disease. These measures significantly impacted experiential pedagogies, including service-learning. Many teachers pivoted to e-service-learning. While past literature suggests that e-service-learning is as, or even more…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Electronic Learning, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Raymond Boon Tar Lim; Dana Wai Shin Chow; Huili Zheng – Journal of Experiential Education, 2024
Background: Experiential learning is increasingly important in public health education. Purpose: Based on 33 studies, this is the first scoping review that provides clarity on the types of experiential learning activities (ELAs) used in public health education and the evaluation results from the perspectives of three stakeholders involved:…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Public Health, Student Attitudes, Teacher Attitudes
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Jack Reed – Journal of Experiential Education, 2024
Background: The use or non-use of mobile technologies and social media in residential outdoor adventurous education (OAE) remains contested and generates an often-cited for-and-against argument in both theory and practice. Purpose: This qualitative study explored instructor perceptions of mobile technologies and social media in their practice as…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Attitudes, Handheld Devices, Computer Oriented Programs
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Kathleen Hare; Amber Moore – Journal of Experiential Education, 2024
Background: This paper analyzes a remembered shared experience of cocurricular designing and coteaching an experiential learning pilot project in a university study abroad program (SAP) that emphasized social justice. Purpose: We look back because the pilot program is a significant demonstration of what complexities can arise when feminist…
Descriptors: Curriculum Design, Team Teaching, Pilot Projects, Experiential Learning
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Lauren Davis; Christine Rogers Stanton – Journal of Experiential Education, 2024
Background: Given the emerging information about the COVID-19 pandemic's detrimental impacts on youth well-being, it is paramount to consider interventions that may mitigate these consequences, especially those available in socially distanced, outdoor settings. Further, adolescents in rural settings are at a significant disadvantage for accessing…
Descriptors: Self Efficacy, Anxiety, Personal Autonomy, Rural Youth
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Emily G. Warner; Cari E. Autry; David P. Loy; Clifton E. Watts; Jaehyun Kim – Journal of Experiential Education, 2024
Background: Participation in adventure as a recreational therapy intervention is well-recognized for its benefits for people with disabilities. Advances in technology and adaptive equipment have increased accessibility to adventure-based activities for those with physical disabilities. Climbing has long been established to facilitate the…
Descriptors: Emotional Experience, Psychological Patterns, Physical Disabilities, Physical Activities
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Nathan Williams – Journal of Experiential Education, 2024
Background: Despite access to nature-based recreation, many college students do not take advantage of these experiences to improve their mental and physical health. Virtual reality experiences provide a potential pathway to motivate this population to recreate outdoors, but research is needed to determine whether virtual recreation can lead to…
Descriptors: College Students, Student Motivation, Computer Simulation, Physical Environment
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Robert P. Lubeznik-Warner; Michael Froehly; Taylor Wycoff; Victoria Povilaitis; Luke Cloward; Shannielle Taylor; Seunghee Moon – Journal of Experiential Education, 2024
Background: Summer camp is an experiential learning setting that supports youth development. Due to high fees, youth from low-income backgrounds often have fewer opportunities to attend. Subsequently, there is little literature about these youth's camp experiences. Purpose: This research examined growth and the characteristics supporting growth in…
Descriptors: Camps, Low Income Groups, Summer Programs, Experiential Learning
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Aaron Leonard; Joanna Ellen Bettmann; Ellison Blumenthal – Journal of Experiential Education, 2024
Background: Existing outdoor programs which market to veterans are likely to help veterans to get outdoors and to connect with one another. However, these programs appear to market to mostly White, male populations even though many veterans are female and racially diverse. Purpose: In order to consider barriers to outdoor program engagement for…
Descriptors: Barriers, Outdoor Education, Veterans Education, Web Sites
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Curt Davidson; Alan Ewert – Journal of Experiential Education, 2024
Background: The COVID-19 pandemic has changed many facets of outdoor adventure and experiential education (OAEE) programs. Using past literature, four variables represent important student outcome variables associated with OAEE programs. Purpose: This study examined the effects of participation in an OAEE program on levels of anxiety, depression,…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Outdoor Education, Adventure Education, Experiential Learning
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Nathan L. Moody; Brant G. Miller; Robert Justin Hougham – Journal of Experiential Education, 2024
Background: Outdoor Adventure Education (OAE) predominantly centers learning around individual goal setting and experiences and has not traditionally elevated Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS). Purpose: This research focuses on understanding how student learning and inquiry is affected through OAE that emphasizes the importance of IKS as a…
Descriptors: Indigenous Knowledge, College Freshmen, Adventure Education, Summer Programs
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Timothy S. O'Connell; Anna H. Lathrop; Kelly A. Pilato – Journal of Experiential Education, 2024
Background: The short-term impacts of outdoor orientation programs (OOPs) have been documented in the literature for close to 40 years. While there is a fair amount of research examining the immediate effects of OOPs, there are relatively few studies exploring long-term impacts. Purpose: This study examined the important longitudinal "lessons…
Descriptors: Outdoor Education, School Orientation, Alumni, Social Networks
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Hans-Herman Holthuis – Journal of Experiential Education, 2024
Background: Critical reflection is an essential curricular component for learning from experience that determines placement quality in postsecondary experiential learning placements. However, there are poor empirical connections between the use of critically reflective processes and learning outcomes. Purpose: This research explored reflective…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Reflection, Postsecondary Education, Engineering
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