Green school grounds as sites for outdoor learning: barriers and opportunities

@inproceedings{Dyment2005GreenSG,
  title={Green school grounds as sites for outdoor learning: barriers and opportunities},
  author={Janet E. Dyment},
  year={2005}
}
In their review of evidence-based research entitled A Review of Research on Outdoor Learning, Rickinson et al. (2004) identify five key constraints that limit the amount of outdoor learning. This paper explores whether green school grounds might be a location where these constraints could be minimised. Specifically, it reports on a study that sought to investigate the use of green school grounds as sites for outdoor learning, to identify barriers that impede such use, and to examine how these… CONTINUE READING

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