THE ROLE OF SPACE, ACTIVITIES AND SKILLS IN OUTDOOR EDUCATION - USING VISUAL METHODS TO EXPLORE EXPERIENCE IN QUALITATIVE RESEARCH

  • Paulina Kida University of Wrocław, Institute of Pedagogy, ul. Dawida 1/3, Wrocław, Poland
Keywords: skills outdoor education, qualitative research, photography, personal development

Abstract

The article is a synthetic analysis of the of space, activities and skills in the Outdoor education model in the context of Using Visual Methods to Explore Experience in Qualitative Research. The gathering of research material, in the form of photos was shown in two stages, which were stages with a ratio equivalent. The first situation was researched by The Treehouse Building Camp, organized by Buitendoor in the Netherlands, in the woods around Nunspeet (VIII 2016), the other one Low Rope Course was organized by the Laboratory of Science and Adventure and instructors Actionworx Germany (X 2016). The collected research help to compare Dutch and Polish practice in the field of outdoor adventure education. For the researcher, an important aspect is looking at the social capital of the Dutch and Poles.

Author Biography

Paulina Kida, University of Wrocław, Institute of Pedagogy, ul. Dawida 1/3, Wrocław, Poland

Institute of Pedagogy

PhD Student

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Published
2018-06-27
How to Cite
Kida, P. (2018). THE ROLE OF SPACE, ACTIVITIES AND SKILLS IN OUTDOOR EDUCATION - USING VISUAL METHODS TO EXPLORE EXPERIENCE IN QUALITATIVE RESEARCH. Journal of Education Culture and Society, 9(1), 67-81. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.15503/jecs20181.67.81