An exciting IOERC Webinar Series began on April 12, 2021 with a session that was hosted by our Australian colleagues.
NIH hosted the second webinar, which took place on June 15th. This webinar focused on a critically discussion of social (in)equality and cultural diversity in the outdoors. In the first presentation, Kirsti Pedersen Gurlholt shared her research on social inequality and public innovations to create justness in participation in friluftsliv among children and youth in Oslo. The second presentation addressed perspectives on cultural diversities/similarities and change in friluftsliv within the context of the joint Nordic Master in Outdoor Studies (NIH/USN).
You can now watch back the recordings of this webinar by clicking on the link below:
For more information and for registration for future webinars, please visit the International Outdoor Education Research Conference website.
Webinar 1: Threshold concepts for graduates of university outdoor education programs
The first webinar will took place on April 12, 2021. In this session, researchers Glyn Thomas, Scott Polley, Marcus Morse, Brendon Munge (and others) shared how they have been working together to develop a set of threshold concepts that can guide the curriculum and assessment in Australian universities.
Webinar 2: Social (in)equality and cultural diversity in the outdoors
June 15, 2021.
Webinar 3: History and overview of “Outdoor Education” in the context of some Asian countries
October 16, 2021, 11.00am - 12.30pm, Japanese Standard Time (UTC +9 hours).
Webinar 4: Danish Children and Adolescents in the Outdoors
November 4, 2021, 4.00pm – 5.30pm, GMT.