Effective Leadership in Adventure Programming
This is the first book to provide in-depth information on the key elements of effective outdoor leadership. First, the book examines the historical and philosophical foundations of adventure programming, reviews technical competencies that outdoor leaders should possess, and provides general safety and environmental guidelines they should follow. Effective Leadership in Adventure Programming goes on to take a detailed look at the organizational, instructional, and facilitation skills of outdoor leadership followed by a thorough examination of the six metaskills that outdoor leaders should possess. The book concludes with a discussion of six key future trends and issues associated with adventure programming and outdoor leadership.
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Need for Effective Outdoor Leaders
FOUNDATIONS OF ADVENTURE
Cognitive Behavioral and Experiential Theories of Learning
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