Non Formal Education Guide........................................................ E-Learning Guide


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I. The concept of Non-Formal Education
1.1. Formal education
1.2. Informal education
1.3.Non-formal education
1.4.Dimensions of difference

II.Outdoor education and experiential learning
2.1. A review of research in outdoor learning
2.2. Traditional concepts of outdoor education
2.3. Outdoor education and the environment

2.4. Summary of European Institute Publications

III. Educational needs of young people-Youth work
Outdoor education and youth work with disadvantaged young people
3.2. Current models of youth work
3.3. Educational approaches in youth work

IV. Examples of good practice: the impact of outdoor activities on young people
4.1. Austria- Institut für Sozialdienste
4.2. Belgium-Nature
4.3. Czech Republic- Ester- Charles University Prague
4.4. France- Apprendre par L'experience- ADALPA
4.5. Finland-
Northern Finland Outdoor Adventure Education Association
4.6. Germany bsj-Marburg
4.7. Greece - Department of Secondary Level Education of West Attica
4.8. Lithuania- Youth Exchange Agency Vilnius
4.9. Norway- BaseCamp
4.10. Poland-FRAJDA - AWF Poznan
4.11.Romania-Transylvania University Brasov - Human Reform Foundation
4.12.Sweden-Center for Outdoor Environmental Education
4.13.United Kingdom-Brathay Hall -Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College

V. Practical Methods within the Non-Formal Education Framework

VI. Evaluation of the impact of outdoor education in youth work

VII. Description of good practice standards regarding non-formal education through outdoor activities



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