IOL Blog - Comment from the 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.
Categories: IOL Blog, Research, Latest News, Members News, Theory of Change
One thing that the pandemic has demonstrated is that this is a time for innovation.
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
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