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American Institutes for Research. (2005). Effects of outdoor education programs for children in California. Paolo Alto: American Institutes for Research.

Berman, D. S., & Davis Berman, J. (2005). Positive psychology and outdoor education. Journal of Experiential Education, 28(1), 17-24.

Bialeschki, M.D., Krehbiel, A., & Henderson, K. (2002). Outcomes of camping: Perceptions from camper focus groups. Research in Outdoor Education, 6, 147-156.

Braverman, M., Brenner J., Fretz, P., & Desmond, D. (1990). Three approaches to evaluation: A ropes course illustration. Journal of Experiential Education, 13(1), 23-30.

Brookes, A. (2004). Can outdoor education be dispensed with? A critical review of some common rationales for outdoor education. Paper presented at Connections and Disconnections: Examining the reality and rhetoric. International perspectives on outdoor education theory and practice, La Trobe University Bendigo.

Catalano, R. F., Berglund, M. L., Ryan, J. A. M., Lonczak, H. S., & Hawkins, J. D. (2002). Positive youth development in the United States: Research findings on evaluations of positive youth development programs. Prevention & Treatment, 5, Article 15. Retrieved March 30, 2006, http://content.apa.org/journals/pre/5/1/15.

Hazelworth, M.S. & Wilson, B.E. (1990). The Effects of an outdoor adventure camp experience on self-concept. Journal of Environmental Education, 21(4), 33-37.

Henderson, K. A. (2004). Opening address SEER 2003: Got research in experiential education? Theory and evidence. Journal of Experiential Education, 26(3), 184-189.

Henderson, K. A.. Schuler, L., Bialeschki, M. D., Scanlin, M. M., & Thurber, C. (in press). Summer Camp Experiences: Parental Perceptions of Youth Development. Journal of Family Issues.

Henderson, K. A., Thurber, C. A., Whitaker, L. S., Bialeschki, M. D., & Scanlin, M. (2006). Development and application of a camper growth index for youth. Journal of Experiential Education, 29(1), 1-17.

Henderson, K. A., Powell, G., & Scanlin, M. (2005). Observing outcomes in youth development: An analysis of mixed methods. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 23(4), 58-77.

Johnson D. (2003, 2003). The relevance of research.. using research to improve outdoor education practice ., student perspectives' on the impact and transfer of the Camp Mallana experience: A case study (pp. 285-292). Relevance, making it happen: 13th National Outdoor Education Conference proceedings April 14 16 2003, Adelaide, South Australia. Underdale South Australia: Outdoor Educators Association of South Australia.

Loeffler T. A. (2004). A picture is worth … capturing meaning and facilitating using outdoor education students' photographs. Paper presented at the International Outdoor Education Research Conference, LaTrobe University, Bendigo.

Mcvoy, L.H., Schatz, M.E., Schleien, S.J., & Lais, G. (1989). Integrated wilderness adventure: Effects of personal and lifestyle traits of persons with and without disabilities.

Miles, J.C. & Priest, S. (Eds). (1999). Adventure Programming. State College, PA: Venture Publishing.

Philliber Research Associates & American Camp Association (2005). Directions: Youth development outcomes of the camp experience. Martinsville, IN: American Camp Association. Retrieved May 2, 2006, from http://www.acacamps.org/research/ydo.php

Sibthorp, J., Paisley, K., & Gookin, J. (2006 -in press). Exploring participant development through adventure-based recreation programming: A model from the National Outdoor Leadership School. Accepted for publication in Leisure Sciences 29(1).

Sibthorp, J., Paisley, K., Gookin, J., & Ward, P. (2007). Addressing response-shift bias: retrospective pretests in recreation research and evaluation. Journal of Leisure Research, 39, 295-315.

Sibthorp, J. & Arthur-banning, S. (2004). Developing life effectiveness through adventure education: The roles of participant expectations, perceptions of empowerment, and learning relevance. Journal of Experiential Education, 27(1), 32-50.

Sibthorp, J., Witter, E., Wells, M., Ellis, G., & Voelkl, J. (2004). Hierarchical Linear Modeling in Park, Recreation, and Tourism Research. Journal of Leisure Research, 36(1), 89-100.

Sibthorp, J., Paisley, K., & Hill, E. (2003). Intentional programming in wilderness education: Revisiting its roots. Leisure Today: Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, 74(8), 21-24.

Sibthorp, J. (2003). An empirical look at Walsh and Golins' adventure education process model: Relationships between antecedent factors, perceptions of characteristics of an adventure education experience, and changes in self-efficacy. Journal of Leisure Research, 35(2), 80-106.

Teaff, J. & Kablach, J. (1987). Psychological Benefits of outdoor adventure activities. Journal of Experiential Education, 10, 43-46.

Thurber, C., Schuler, L., Scanlin, M., & Henderson, K. (in press). Children’s summer camp experiences and youth development. Journal of Youth and Adolescent Research.

Conceptual Frameworks

Priest, S. (1987). Redefining outdoor education: a matter of many relationships. Journal of Environmental Education. (unknown), 13-15.

Dawson, C.; Tangen-Foster, J.; Friese, G; Carpenter, J. (2002). Defining characteristics of U.S.A. wilderness experience programs. International Journal of Wilderness, 4(3), 22-27.

Miles, J.C. & Priest, S. (Eds). (1999). Adventure programming. State College, PA: Venture Publishing. Section 1, Chapters 1-4.

Method

Quay, J. (2003). Experience and participation: relating theories of learning. Journal of Experiential Education. Vol. 26, No. 2, 105-111.

Breunig, M. C. (2005). Turning experiential education and critical pedagogy theory in to praxis. Journal of Experiential Education. Vol. 28, No. 2, pp. 106-122.

Hovelynck, J. (2003). Moving active learning forward. Journal of Experiential Education. Vol. 26, No.1, pp.1-7. d. The Association for Experiential Education. Definition of experiential education. www.aee.org (retrieved July 29, 2006).

Ives, B. and Obenchain, K. (2006). Experiential education in the classroom and academic outcomes: for those who want it all. Journal of Experiential Education. Vol. 29, No.1, pp. 61-77.

Miles, J.C. & Priest, S. (Eds). (1999). Adventure programming. State College, PA: Venture Publishing. Section 5, Chapters 24, 26, 30, 31.

Adventure Education

Miles, J.C. & Priest, S. (Eds). (1999). Adventure programming. State College, PA: Venture Publishing, Inc. Section 3, Chapters 14, 15, 17; Section 4, Chapters 20, 21, 23; Section 9, Chapters 48, 51, 52, 55; Section 10, Chapter 56.

Outdoor Recreation

Whittington, A. (2006). Challenging girls’ constructions of femininity in the outdoors. The Journal of Experiential Education, 28(1), 205-221.

Henderson, K. A., Thurber, C., Whitaker, L., Bialeschki, M. D. and Scanlin, M. (2006) Development and application of a camper growth index for youth. The Journal of Experiential Education, 29(1),1-17.

Freeman, P.A. & Labriskie, R. B. (2002). The role of outdoor recreation in family enrichment. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning. 2(2), 131-145.

Outdoor Education

Lindsay, A. & Ewert, A. (1999). Learning at the edge: can experiential education contribute to educational reform? The Journal of Experiential Education. Vol. 22, No.1, 12-19.

Roberts, J.W. (2002). Beyond learning by doing: the brain compatible approach. The Journal of Experiential Education. Vol. 25, No. 2. 281-285.

O’Donnell, J. (2002). The changing role of camps: school partnerships place camps at the heart of educational reform. Camping Magazine. January/February, 2002, 32-37.

Demas, K. (2000). What we know. Zip Lines. Summer, 20-23.

Henton, M. (1997). An excerpt from adventure in the classroom - using adventure to strengthen learning and build a community of life-long learners. Ziplines. Spring, 30-35.

Gonzalez, G. Leticia. (2001). Expeditionary learning: an alternative teaching method for physical education. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, Vol. 72. No. 3, 31-33,47.

Miles, J.C. & Priest, S. (Eds). (1999). Adventure Programming. State College, PA: Venture Publishing, Inc. Section 9, Chapter 50.

Orientation

Gass, M.A., Garvey, D.E. & Sugarman, D.A. (2003). The long-term effects of a first-year student wilderness orientation program. Journal of Experiential Education. Vol. 26, No. 1.

The Future

Henderson, K. (2003, November). SEER opening address. In A. Ewert & J.Sibthorp (Coordinators), Got research in experiential education? Theory and Evidence. Symposium on Experiential Research conducted at the 31st annual conference of The Association for Experiential Education, Vancouver, Canada.

Gass, M. (2005). Understanding the value structures influencing significance and power behind experiential education research. Journal of Experiential Education. Volume 27, No. 3. pp. 286-296.

Russell, K. C. (2006). Publishing to the choir or digging deep: Implications of a snapshot of experiential education research. The Journal of Experiential Education. Vol. 28, No. 3, pp. 243-247.

Miles, J.C. & Priest, S. (Eds). (1999). Adventure Programming. State College, PA: Venture Publishing, Inc. Section 3, Chapter 16, Section 7, Chapter 41; Section 10, Chapter 61.

 
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