IOL Blog - Comment from the Institute
An introduction to theory of change: Blog 1
By Dave Harvey and Lucy Maynard
One thing that the pandemic has demonstrated is that this is a time for innovation.
Categories: IOL Blog, Research, Members News, Theory of Change
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.
Categories: IOL Blog, Business management, Research
BBCs Countryfile programme features the challenges facing outdoor education and children and young people’s access to outdoor learning as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Categories: IOL Blog
I trained as an accountant before I realised that measuring finance doesn’t necessarily reveal real value or lead to the best and most meaningful outcomes. As a result, I may have a slightly distorted view when I start talking about Natural Capital.
Categories: IOL Blog, Research
It’s been two years since I last commented on the future of Adventurous Activity Licensing in these pages (see Perspectives in issue 78). Since then, the HSE has conducted a consultation and presented the sector and wider stakeholders with three options.
Categories: IOL Blog, Business management, Legislation & Regulations
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