Slow pedagogy and placing education in post-traditional outdoor education

@article{Payne2008SlowPA,
  title={Slow pedagogy and placing education in post-traditional outdoor education},
  author={Phillip Garth Payne and Brian Wattchow},
  journal={Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education},
  year={2008},
  volume={12},
  pages={25-38}
}
Time, and our experiences of it, warrants attention in ‘place’ pedagogies in outdoor education. Place typically involves the experience of a geographical location, a locale for interacting socially and/or with nature, and the subjective meanings we attach over time to the experience. Place, however, cannot be severed from the concept and practice of time, as seems to be occurring in the discourse of outdoor education. The way outdoor educators carefully conceive of, plan for, manage and… 
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