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Experiential Learning Theories in Outdoor Education
Outdoor Ed

Experiential Learning Theories in Outdoor Education

This post comes after a few lessons (really enjoyable lessons) I had in my year 12 outdoor education class. The lessons were focused on ‘experiential learning theories’ and they were explored through, well, experiential learning. Its what I love most about teaching Outdoor Education – real, outdoor, group, leadership and/or challenging experiences for students to … Continue reading

Why you should be playing games in your classroom
Health Ed / Outdoor Ed / Phys Ed

Why you should be playing games in your classroom

I have a stash of games at the ready for all sorts of occasions and groups I teach/lead. Whether it be for welcoming a new class at the start of the year, enjoying time around the campfire, challenging students communication skills, or taking a 5 minute active brain break there are plenty of reasons to play games! For all … Continue reading

Embracing change – on the path to tech integration
ICT in Ed

Embracing change – on the path to tech integration

I love this quote. A quote about change and challenge. Change can be challenging. But I love a challenge…. most of the time. The world is changing, our students are changing, IT is changing and teaching is changing…. Who’s managing to keep up?? Teaching, learning and schools have all been ‘changing’ for quite some time now. Ask anyone … Continue reading