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  • Benefits Of Outdoor Activities

    using electronic devices even some of the outdoor activities have been carried out at indoor place. The time that people spending outside has plummeted. Under this phenomenon, whether children should be encouraged to participate in outdoor activities has sparked out rigorous debate. While some contend that outdoor activities can improve physical and mental health, others are concerned about the safety and pollution problems. This essay examines the benefits and concerns of carrying out outdoor activities. One argument in favour of children taking part in outdoor activities…

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  • Outdoor Activities Essay

    physique, sociability and aesthetics. It is believed that indoor activities are not enough to teach all these things to school children. More outdoor activities are introduced to assist the school to develop students’ talent. In Hong Kong, developing more outdoor activities is debatable. Some people argue that promoting more outdoor activities can prevent and reduce the obesity and improve different skills and abilities of students, such as motor ability and social skill. Others concern that…

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  • Learning Outside The Classroom Essay

    approach is and the impact it has on children’s learning and behaviour. Learning Outside the Classroom (LotC) is an umbrella term which covers every type of learning experience which occurs outside the classroom. The particular focus of this assignment will be learning outside in a natural outdoor environment, which is also an important aspect of Forest Schools, however for the purposes of this assignment I have chosen to take my focus on just this, as well as discussing how I can use this…

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  • How Does DST Benefit Outdoor Leisure Activity?

    Proponents of DST generally argue that it saves energy, promotes outdoor leisure activity in the evening (in summer), and is therefore good for physical and psychological health, reduces traffic accidents, reduces crime, or is good for business. Groups that tend to support DST are urban workers, retail businesses, outdoor sports enthusiasts and businesses, tourism operators, and others who benefit from increased light during the evening in summer. Opponents argue that actual energy savings are…

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  • Wilderness Sports/Adventure Education

    Sports/Adventure Education is the perfect example of a new topic that is far from the conventional ways of a Physical education class. In brief, these topics use unique situations and purposeful activities to provide an environment for learning. But more specifically, Wilderness Sports promote physically challenging outdoor activities (ex. camping, backpacking, canoeing, hiking, etc.) While Adventure Education can be defined as, activities in which obstacles are used or environments are created…

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  • Outdoor Education Essay

    Introduction Outdoor education at every level is increasingly becoming less employed in schools. The school systems place more focus on in classroom content, such as math or English, than sending the students outside to explore. Some schools do not have the space or equipment to conduct this type of education. Outside of school, children play videogames instead of wandering in forests or discovering insects and plants. The definition of play for children has changed due to this shift in…

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  • Argument On The Spirit Mountain

    huge part of Duluth is the amount of outdoor recreational activities that one can do here. Spirit mountain is a tremendous recreational area and I believe that by expanding and creating more opportunities for outdoor activity, the community of Duluth will become happier and healthier. The environmental issues that are presented with the expansion have been addressed and I believe they are going to do everything they can to make these changes with minimal harm to the environment. There are…

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  • Outdoor Or Adventure Education

    Outdoor Education: Definition, outcome and process Introduction: There are many ways people may define Outdoor Adventure Education. Outdoor education and its outcomes can be different depending on the individual or the participant. Hodgson and Berry (2011) suggested Outdoor or Adventure education is a form of experiential learning which is typically associated with activities involving risk. Hattie, Marsh, Neill and Richards (1997) stated that an Outdoor education programs have common features…

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  • Creative Curriculum Analysis

    The creative curriculum opens up many doors for little minds. Children learn from doing things themselves through play. Three objectives in this activity are demonstrating balancing skills, solves problems, and demonstrating fine motor skills. I will change up the classroom just a little by bringing out new building blocks and other objects to build with and assigning tasks in each center to try that have to do with building and using fine motor skills. In this plan all children will be able to…

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  • Personal Narrative: Outward Bound

    specific failure actually made me think throughout the trip I was in during the time of the failure. When I went to Outward Bound in Maine in the summer of 2016, I thought I made one of the most risky decisions of my life. One of the biggest worries I had on applying for Outward Bound is that, I’ve never gone hiking and canoeing for more than a week, and I personally thought it was going to be a big challenge to do all those strenuous activities for twenty one straight days. When I finally…

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