Why is Outdoor Education not talked about as part of the curriculum in a viable alternative education?
I'm an aspiring outdoor educator which means anything from facilitating student groups or company executives through initiative, team-building or leadership games to leading months long expeditions through the back country with almost any non- motorized form of transport. I'm also a student that was empowered by a semester through the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS). Through this program and also through any experience I have outside, I learn and feel inspired to teach an enormous amount. Outdoor or Adventure Education is an idea I find worth spreading.