I invite you to watch my connections of learning and becoming through Outdoor Education unfold. I want to thank my instructor Audrey for nurturing the learning opportunities over the course; my classmates for helping me to learn alongside them; and the many guests that supplemented the growth of my Outdoor Education philosophies. In this course, I have learned more about myself and the interconnectedness of beings than I ever thought possible.
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Newbery, L. (2012). Canoe Pedagogy and Colonial History: Exploring Contested Space of Outdoor Environmental Education. Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 12. Retrieved from https://cjee.lakeheadu.ca/article/view/1112/653
Orange, L. (2017). EOE224. Retrieved from https://lacybecomesateacher.wordpress.com/category/eoe224/