Off campus field laboratories in this unit may require a levy for incidental fees for accommodation, transport and camping.
|1.||Explain the core concepts and practices of adventure;|
|2.||Reflect on the application and value of outdoor adventure in sport, recreation, and education;|
|3.||Adapt knowledge and skills of outdoor adventure activities and organise self and others in natural environments; and|
|4.||Interpret experiences of a range of outdoor adventure experiences with responsibility and accountability for own learning.|
|Exercise||Completion of multiple choice questions relating to online content (1 set of 5 questions)||10%|
|Exercise||Completion of multiple choice and short answer questions relating to online content (2 sets of 7 questions)||10%|
|Presentation||Adventure Experience Presentation||30%|
|Laboratory Work||Outdoor Classroom Portfolio||50%|
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