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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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30

Sep

2020

Why do we do what we do?

Theory of change: Blog 2

Author: Institute

By Dave Harvey and Lucy Maynard

Developing a theory of change starts from the position that we should all want to understand whether positive change is created through our work with and for young people, as well as why and how that change happens.

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23

Sep

2020

An introduction to theory of change

Theory of Change: Blog 1

Author: Institute

By Dave Harvey and Lucy Maynard

One thing that the pandemic has demonstrated is that this is a time for innovation.

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22

Jul

2020

Brave new world? Or is it back to basics?

IOL CEO Andy Robinson's - 'Perspective' piece in Horizon's magazine 90

Author: Institute

I believe the spring and summer of 2020 has the potential to have some big impacts on the world of Outdoor Learning; more than the many lost learning opportunities and challenging economic and social impacts. The really significant interruptions to routine and established practice experienced by most of us, have forced a time of reflection and raised questions about the role and value of purposeful and planned time in the outdoors.

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