Students will be required to pay field lab fees within this unit.
|1.||Contextualise the theories and purposes of expeditions;|
|2.||Exhibit planning and leadership skills for an expedition in a field based setting;|
|3.||Collect and analyse data in relation to expedition experiences, current theory and literature; and|
|4.||Evaluate the outcomes of the expedition analysing decisions made, drawing on theory and utilising critical thinking skills to refine leadership skills.|
|Laboratory Work||Lab 1 Requirements||30%|
|Essay||Auto Ethnographic Essay||40%|
|Laboratory Work||Lab 2 Requirements||30%|
NOLS Expedition Planning:
Anderson, D., & Absolon, M. (2014)
Understanding educational expeditions:
Beames, S. (2010).
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