Transferable Knowledge – A short but practical guide for mapping the Australian National Curriculum to Outdoor Education Programs for meaningful integration.

Mrs Kristi Bryant1
1St Joseph’s College- Colo Outdoor Education Centre

 

Abstract:
We know that real life experience delivers real life outcomes – this session will outline some practical activities that complement classroom learning and demonstrate how one program delivers transferable knowledge that meets outcomes for a range of subject areas and cross curricular priorities.


Biography:
Kristi Bryant is an Outdoor Education Teacher with a Masters in Contemporary Literacies. Kristi is committed to developing achievable strategies for teachers to integrate practical outdoor experiences to complement classroom learning.

About OEA and Outdoors NSW

Outdoor Education Australia (OEA)  was established in 2006 as a national network of outdoor education associations. The organisation facilitates communication between state and territory outdoor education associations about the practice and delivery of outdoor education; advocates for outdoor education across primary, secondary and tertiary education; and provides policy advice.

Outdoors NSW is the go-to place for all things outdoors in NSW.

The peak body for the outdoors in NSW, the organisation, (formerly known as ORIC), represents the outdoor community, advances outdoor standards, safety and practices, and fosters greater participation in the outdoors.

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