Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education
The Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education (JOEE) is an international journal of the outdoor profession produced by Outdoor Education Australia and strongly supported by the Outdoor Council of Australia. It continues the Australian Journal of Outdoor Education (AJOE).
The journal provides an academic forum in which empirical and non-empirical research concerning outdoor and environmental education can be shared and discussed. The primary aim of the journal is to positively influence the development of outdoor and environmental education practice and theory both in Australia and across the world.
First Nation pedagogical emphasis on imitation and making the stuff of life: Canadian lessons for indigenizing Forest Schools
Zabe MacEachren (February 2018)
Culturing the fruits of the forest: realising the multifunctional potential of space and place in the context of woodland and/or Forest Schools
Alun Morgan (February 2018)
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