Theory and Applications
Edited by Dick Prouty,Jan Paniccuci & Rufus Collinson
Soft Cover, 264 pages, © 2007
Adventure Education: Theory and Applications, written by a collection of experts in the adventure field as a college text, is an excellent resource for obtaining a broad view of adventure education and programming.
The text explores the role of games, low- and high-element courses, and outdoor pursuits in adventure education.
It also presents the use of key concepts, activities, and web-based research to enhance the learning process; explores the use of adventure education in a variety of settings; and discusses the core skills necessary for facilitator and leadership roles in the adventure field.