History of Outdoor Education References

Chase, C. C. (1985). A chronology of environmental education: Please throw stones at this author. Nature Study, 38(2-3), 21-22. Abstract

Cousineau, C. (1978). The nature of adventure education. Abstract

Cudmore, B. (1994). Inside outdoor education and its response to change. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Leadership, 11(1), 17-18. Abstract

Davis-Berman, J., & Berman, D. S. (1994). Wilderness Therapy: Foundations, Theory and Research. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company. Abstract

Donaldson, G. W., & Donaldson, L. E. (1982). Whatever happened to school camping? An occasional paper. Camping Magazine, Feb 1982. Abstract

Ewert, A. (1985). Outdoor experiential education: Its power and pitfalls. Outdoor Communicator, 16(1), 27-31. Abstract

Ewert, A. (1989). The history of outdoor adventure programming: a U.S. perspective. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Leadership, 6(4), 10-15.

Ewert, A., & McAvoy, L. (1994). Outdoor Education Research: Implications for Social/Educational and Natural Resource Policy. Coalition for Education in the Outdoors Research Symposium Proceedings (2nd, Bradford Woods, IN, January 14-16, 1994). Abstract

Ford, P. (1986). Outdoor education: Definition and philosophy. ERIC Digest. ERIC Clearinghouse on Rural Education and Small Schools Charleston WV. Outdoor education: Definition & philosophy

Gillis, L. (2005, 21.4). Significant Events in Adventure Programming that influenced the beginning of adventure therapy. Retrieved 16. March, 2007, from http://leegillis.com/AT/2IATC/advprog.htm

Hammerman, D. R. (1974). Outdoor education: a product of the times. Taft Campus Occasional Paper No. 19. Oregon: Nothern Illinois University. Abstract

Hammerman, D. R. (1974). Historical background of outdoor education. Taft Campus Occasional Paper No. 17. Oregon: Nothern Illinois University. Abstract

Hammerman, D. R. (1985). Whither outdoor education? Outdoor Communicator, 16(1), 21. Abstract

Hammerman, W. M. (1987). The impact of outdoor education on american education. Journal of Outdoor Education, 21, 4-14. Abstract

Kauffman, R. B. (1990). Camping's role in outdoor education: Finding wilderness in the leaf. Camping Magazine, 62, 20-23. Abstract

Kelly, S., & Allen-Craig, S. Outdoor education programs operating in victorian state and independent schools. VOEA Spring Journal.

Knapp, C. E. (1994). Progressivism never died, it just moved outside: What can experiential educators learn from the past? Journal of Experiential Education, 17(2), 8-12. Abstract

Kolb, D. G. Adventure-based training in New Zealand: A brief history and observations on the state-of-the-industry (Unpublished report). Auckland: University of Auckland.

LaChapelle, D. (1991). Educating for deep ecology. Journal of Experiential Education, 14(3), 18-22. Abstract

Lawson, M. D., & Petersen, R. C. (1972). Chapter eight. In Progressive Education (pp. 83-92). Sydney: Angus & Robertsen. Australian Library holdings

March, B., & Wattchow, B. (1991). The importance of the expedition in adventure education. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Leadership, 8(2), 4-5. Abstract

Mason, J. A. (1978). Uncertain outposts: The future of camping and the challenge of its past. An occasional paper. Camping Magazine. Abstract

McDermott, J. J. (Ed.). (1967). The writings of William James : a comprehensive edition. New York: Random House. Australian Library holdings

McGough, D. J. (1992). Exploring the Foundations of Philosophy of Natural Education. In G. M. Hanna (Ed.), Celebrating Our Tradition Charting Our Future: Proceedings of the International Conference of the Association for Experiential Education (20th, Banff, Alberta, Canada, October 8-11, 1992). Celebrating Our Tradition Charting Our Future

Miner, J. L. (1990). The creation of Outward Bound. In J. C. Miles & S. Priest (Eds.), Adventure education (pp. 55-66). State College, PA: Venture Publishing Inc.

Miranda, W. (1990). Organized camping's honorable tradition. Camping Magazine, 63, 16-20. Abstract

Morrisey, J. T. (1979). A Historical Survey of Outdoor Education, 1861-1978. Abstract

Pearse, L. (1998). What's in a name? The ACHPER Healthy Lifestyles Journal, 45, 25-26.

Phelps, R. (1980). Being Prepared: The Application of Character Building and the Beginning of the Boy Scouts of America: Paper presented at Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (80th, Boston, MA, April 7-11, 1980). Abstract

Pickett, B. (1999). The history of outdoor education in south australian secondary schools (Unpublished honours directed study). Adelaide: University of South Australia.

Ramsland, J., & Cartan, G. A. (1989). The Gosford Farm Home For Boys, Mount Penang, 1912-1940. Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, 75(1), 65-82.

Rillo, T. J. (1980, October 10-13). Outdoor Education–The Past Is Prologue to the Future. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the New York State Outdoor Education Association, Swan Lake, NY. Abstract

Rogers, S. E. (1982, 05. December). Current Status and Future Prospects of School Camping, Outdoor Education and Environmental Education. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Pennsylvania State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.

Scheibach, M. (1985). Transition to manhood: effects of great depression on male youth. ADOLESCENCE, 20(79), 725-744. Abstract

Tapply, R. M. (1977, June). High adventure: Confronting the essentials. Parks & Recreation, 26-29;80. Abstract

Yanko, S. (1996, 04 June). Learning new skills in a bush setting. The Age; Melbourne Metropolitan Circulation.

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