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OEE 61300 - Learning Theory in Outdoor Education

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Outdoor Educators in both non-formal programs and experientially grounded formal programs commonly rely on a distinct set of learning theories. This course will introduce these approaches to learning and help students to acquire a working knowledge of the most commonly used theories in Outdoor & Environmental Education. These approaches include Constructivism; Behavior Constraint; Diffusion Innovation; Adaptive Dissonance; Place-Attachment; Optimal Arousal; Flow; Social Learning; Expectancy, Self-efficacy and Locus of Control; and Effectance and Competence Motivation. Students will gain an understanding of the outdoor and environmental educator’s role in facilitating learning experiences relying on each perspective; Place-Attachment; Optimal Arousal; Flow; Social Learning; Expectancy, Self-efficacy and Locus of Control; and Effectance and Competence Motivation. Students will gain an understanding of the outdoor and environmental educator’s role in facilitating learning experiences relying on each perspective; Place-Attachment; Optimal Arousal; Flow; Social Learning; Expectancy, Self-efficacy and Locus of Control; and Effectance and Competence Motivation. Students will gain an understanding of the outdoor and environmental educator’s role in facilitating learning experiences relying on each perspective.



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