|1.||Compare philosophical perspectives relating to outdoor and environmental education;|
|2.||Critically identify a personal and professional commitment and philosophy which reflects values, ethics and morality in relation to experiences in the outdoors;|
|3.||Synthesise issues relating to society and the environment in a socially critical manner;|
|4.||Differentiate current ethical issues in outdoor education/recreation; and|
|5.||Design and implement practical outdoor programs based on a sound theoretical basis.|
|Literature Review||Online Literature Discussion posts||15%|
|Laboratory Work||Field Lab requirements||10%|
|Presentation||Philosophy Book presentation||10%|
|Exercise||Leadership and Personal Philosophy Exercise and Statement.||65%|
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