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Roland Gesthuizen

How do you solve a problem like Maria? The right of children to seek adventure. | newte... - 44 views

  • It seems to me that some where along the line, we as the teaching profession lost the collective and professional will to challenge the stifling constraints of ‘health and safety’ and face-down the ‘nay-sayers whose obsession with ‘risk assessments’  vetoed almost every opportunity for children to experience real adventure.
    "Adventure activities are every child's birthright. I also think they are every child's educational entitlement. And I think, like Maria Kutschera, we should be speaking truth to power and aver the rights of children to experience adventure even where parents (and politicians) will misguidedly negate them."
Dora Hawkins

Discover Primary Science and Maths - 4 views

    Great activities, movies and games of science and math K-12.
Frederick Eberhardt - 33 views

    Adventure learning in a situated context is like a name your own adventure novel for high school and college students in Geography. Its application would work in any field for context-driven learning. Doering, A. et. al. (2007). Adventure learning: situating learning in an authentic context. Innovate 3 (6). Accessed on April 24, 2008. The article is reprinted here with permission of the publisher, The Fischler School of Education and Human Services at Nova Southeastern University. For educational use only.
Bob Martin

Free Online Adventure Games | The Travels of Wiglington and Wenks Virtual World - 48 views

    Online virtual game teaches geography, history and problem solving
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