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Articles & Presentations by James Neill

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Last updated:
31 May 2006

Academic Publications

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Preparing young people for a future of increasing uncertainty, complexity & challenge
(Smith, Griffiths, & Neill, 2006)

OEG’s Educational Framework is a dynamic curriculum that seeks to optimise learning outcomes to assist students to positively interface with a future of increasing uncertainty, complexity and challenge.

Areas of Interest

  • Outdoor Education
  • Self-constructs
  • Meta-analysis
  • Program Evaluation
  • Theories of Growth
  • Resilience & Coping

Resilience & outdoor education
(Neill, 2004)

Developing psychological resilience is one of the most relevant applications of outdoor education in the  increasingly sedentary 21st century Western societies.