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3

Nov

2021

Autism and the Outdoors: An insider sensory perspective

By Carmen Byrne, Horizons Editor

Author: Institute

We asked Horizons Editor Carmen for an insider perspective of being autistic and outdoors.

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16

Nov

2020

Evaluating our practice

Theory of Change: Blog 5

Author: Institute

By Dave Harvey and Lucy Maynard

The first four blogs of this series have discussed the case for employing a Theory of Change (ToC) model within the outdoor learning sector. We’ve looked at how to go about developing a ToC and how we go about ensuring consistent quality.

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16

Nov

2020

Quality and consistency

Theory of Change: Blog 4

Author: Institute

By Dave Harvey and Lucy Maynard

The first three blogs of this series have discussed the case for employing a Theory of Change (ToC) model within the outdoor learning sector and looked at how to go about developing one.

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28

Oct

2020

Hard lessons and important solutions

IOL CEO Andy Robinson's - 'Perspective' piece in Horizon's magazine 91

Author: Institute

The last few months have been a time of an enforced and increased focus on many things that have a direct bearing on the world of outdoor learning. Changing sources of physical and mental health, tests of financial sustainability and alternative approaches to meeting learning and development needs are a few that spring to mind. These and other issues are ones that have received increased attention at a personal, organisation and wider community level.

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7

Oct

2020

What exactly are we doing?

Theory of change: Blog 3

Author: Institute

By Dave Harvey and Lucy Maynard

Once we have established an understanding of ‘why we do what we do?’ and specifically the needs and long-term goals of the people we work with, we need to understand and show how we intend to contribute to that journey.

 

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