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Title Critical issues in forest schools / edited by Mark Sackville-Ford, Helen Davenport
Published Los Angeles : SAGE, 2019
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Contents CRITICALISSUES IN FOREST SCHOOLS -- FRONT COVER -- CRITICALISSUES IN FOREST SCHOOLS -- COPYRIGHT -- CONTENTS -- LIST OF FIGURES -- ABOUT THE EDITORS AND CONTRIBUTORS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- PREFACE -- PART 1 -- MAPPING THE TERRITORY -- CHAPTER 1 -- WHEN FOREST SCHOOL ISN'T FOREST SCHOOL -- CHAPTER 2 -- CHALLENGE AND COMPROMISE AT FOREST SCHOOL -- CHAPTER 3 -- WHAT DOES 'LONG-TERM' MEAN AT FOREST SCHOOL? -- CHAPTER 4 -- FOREST SCHOOL AND PROGRESSIVE FORMS OF EDUCATION -- PART 2 -- NAVIGATING THE ETHOS -- CHAPTER 5 -- RETHINKING PRAISE AND COMPETITION AT FOREST SCHOOL
CHAPTER 6 -- REFLECTING ON MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES AND LEARNING STYLES -- CHAPTER 7 -- BEHAVIOURS THAT CHALLENGE AT FOREST SCHOOL -- CHAPTER 8 -- A VOICE IN THE FOREST -- CHAPTER 9 -- A SCHOOL PERSPECTIVE OF FOREST SCHOOL -- PART 3 -- FURTHERING PRACTICE -- CHAPTER 10 -- TRANSITIONS AT FOREST SCHOOL -- CHAPTER 11 -- IDENTITIES AND GENDERS AT FOREST SCHOOL -- CHAPTER 12 -- THE IMPACT OF FIRE AT FOREST SCHOOL -- CHAPTER 13 -- HOW SAFE IS FOREST SCHOOL? -- CHAPTER 14 -- ASPECTS OF TRAINING: A CONVERSATION -- INDEX
Summary This book takes a novel approach to the Forest school conversation, taking a critical look at the various tensions and difficulties that surround Forest School practice
Subject Outdoor education.
Outdoor education.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Form Electronic book
Author Davenport, Helen, editor.
Sackville-Ford, Mark, editor.
ISBN 1526498359
9781526498359