- Contributors share good practice, expertise or experiences of their work in the outdoors.
- All current full IOL members now get a free subscription to Horizons included as part of their membership.
Regular features and articles include these topics:
Professional Development - Development Training - Professional Matters - Activity Ideas - Health & Safety - Environment - Sustainability - Tools of the Trade - Expeditioning - Outdoor Education & Curriculum - Spirituality - Philosophy - EARTHwise - GearTalk - Greenscene - News & Industry updates - Prize Draws - Book reviews
Cover photograph by Charles D P Miller
One of the double page spreads in this issue....
In this issue.....
- Does Mountain Biking have a Place in Multi Activity Programmes
- Saving A Centre - A Story of Divestment
- A Reflection on APIOL
- LPIOL Profile of Higher Education Special Interest Group Chair, Ian Harris
- Pioneering: Building on Something Constructive
- Reconciliation - A Journey
- Wildlife Quiz (just for fun) (*answers below!)
- What is the Place of Assessment in Outdoor Learning
- Bushcraft: Lessons for Life
- Boys and Girl’s Reflections of a 6-week Forest School Programme
- Accreditation with IOL - Designed for Practitioners
- Perspective - The Common Professional
- EarthWise - Outdoors in the City
- IOL Insights
- Book review: “A History of Outdoor Learning and Outdoor Education in the UK”
Horizons 61 - Wildlife Challenge: answers
...but, before you read the answers you can have a go at the challenge by downloading it HERE.
1. Common Darter Dragonfly, 2. Muntjac Deer, 3. Pintail Duck, 4. Pine Marten, 5. Dunnock, 6. Meadow Grasshopper, 7. Snow Bunting, 8. Harvest Mouse, 9. Red Poll, 10. Smooth Snake, 11. May Bug/Cockchafer, 12. Red Kite, 13. Common Pipistrelle. 14. Red Deer (doe), 15. Redshank.
You can now download and search for individual articles from back issues as a PDF. Click here. These are articles published up one year ago or more. Over time it will expand to include articles from historical issues of Horizons going right back to the 1980s.
For a list of previous articles in Horizons Click here.