By: National Foundation for Educational Research
There is growing concern that opportunities for outdoor learning by school students in England have decreased substantially in recent years. In response to this, and recent government calls for `schools to make better use of the outdoor classroom as a context for teaching and learning', the Field Studies Council (FSC) and several partner organisations commissioned the National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER) to undertake a review of research on outdoor learning. This document summarises the key findings of this review, which critically examined 150 pieces of research on outdoor learning published in English between 1993 and 2003.
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