Outdoor education/Research/Australia/Schools/Bibliography

A bibliography of key references about outdoor education in Australian school curriculum edit

Dickson, T. J., Gray, T., & Mann, K. (2008). Australian outdoor adventure activity benefits catalogue August 2008. University of Canberra, ACT, Australia. (39 pages)

Haddock, C. (2007). Education Outside the Classroom (EOTC) Survey: Primary schools report. Ministry of Education, New Zealand. (12 pages)

Haddock, C. (2007). Education Outside the Classroom (EOTC) Survey: Secondary schools report. Ministry of Education, New Zealand. (11 pages)

Hattie, J. A., Marsh, H. W., Neill, J. T., & Richards, G. E. (1997). Adventure education and Outward Bound: Out-of-class experiences that make a lasting difference. Review of Educational Research, 67, 43-87. (45 pages)

Martin, P. (2008). Outdoor education in senior schooling: Clarifying the body of knowledge. Australian Journal of Outdoor Education, 12(1), 13-23.

Neill, J. T. (1994). The effect of Outward Bound high school programs on adolescents' self-concept, mental health, and coping strategies. Unpublished honour's thesis, Australian National University, Canberra, ACT, Australia.

Neill, J. T. (1997). Outdoor education in the schools: What can it achieve? In Catalysts for Change: 10th National Outdoor Education Conference Proceedings Jan 20-24 (pp. 193-201). Collaroy Beach, Sydney, Australia: The Outdoor Professionals.

Neill, J. T. (2008). Enhancing personal effectiveness: Impacts of outdoor education programs. PhD thesis. Sydney: University of Western Sydney.

Neill, J. T., & Heubeck, B. (1997). Adolescent coping styles and outdoor education: Searching for the mechanisms of change. In Proceedings: First International Adventure Therapy Conference: Exploring the Boundaries, 1-5 July, Perth, Western Australia (pp. 227-243). Camping and Outdoor Education Association of Western Australia.

Rickinson, M., Dillon, J., Teamey, K., Morris, M., Choi M. Y., Sanders, D., & Benefield, P. (2004, March). A review of research on outdoor learning. Shrewsbury, UK: National Foundation for Educational Research and King's College London. (5 page summary)