Previously called Out and About, this is the EONZ membership publication.
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57 different mathematics activities for out of doors. Activities can be adapted to suit a range of curriculum levels from primary through to secondary school.
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Student worksheet copy masters Appendix - Section C. Number cards for Recall of Basic Facts. Number cards for Multiples Investigation
By Simon Beams and Mike Brown
Adventurous Learning interrogates the word ‘adventure’ and explores how elements of authenticity, agency, uncertainty and mastery can be incorporated into educational practices. Read more...
Copies can be ordered through Routledge with an eBook order option.
Editors: Dave Irwin, Jo Straker, Allen Hill
Essential reading for outdoor educators, teachers, guides, and students who want to expand the possibilities and practices of education.
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By Brian Wattchow and Mike Brown
This book offers an alternative vision for outdoor education practice, with emphasis on responding to, and empathising with, the outdoors as particular places, rich in local meaning and
Available in print and online at Fish Pond, Amazon or www.publishing.monash.edu/books/pp.html.
The following guides are available to download for free. The material replaces the now out-dated Outdoor Activity Guidelines for Leaders (known anecdotally as the Red Book):
Find the guides and templates here.
NOTE: These Good Practice Guides capture a wide range of activities. They should not to be confused with Activity Safety Guidelines (ASGS) as they cater to activities with a lower identified level of risk.
Education Review Office, October 2011
This report evaluates the use of the Ministry of Education (2009) EOTC Guidelines - Bringing the Curriculum Alive and is for schools to use in developing and reviewing their EOTC programmes and activities.
On-line and downloadable copies can be obtained here.
By Simon Beams, Peter Higgins and Robbie Nicol
Available in hard and electronic copies through Amazon Books
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An essential resource for all schools to support teaching and learning of the national curriculum. The guidelines may also be applied more broadly as a good-practice guide for other activities that schools are associated with.
EOTC Guidelines 2016 - Bringing the Curriculum Alive - Click here to view/download
The New Zealand Curriculum (2007) and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa set the direction for student learning by the Ministry of Education and provide guidance for schools as they design and review their curriculum. Each start with a vision of young people developing the competencies they need for study, work, and lifelong learning, so they may go on to realise their potential.
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Te Marautanga o Aotearoa - Click here