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  • Trainer-Training Events at Log Heights, Ripley Castle, England
    these versatile reviewing tools DAY TWO May reviewing in the middle of a training course The main focus of the second day is on how you can use reviewing to add to the impact of experience based learning so that both the experiences and the learning will live on after the event You will discover what you can do throughout training events to ensure that they have a longer term impact Learners will no longer need to ask or be asked how does this link to work You will learn how to use a range of reviewing methods that help learners to make and develop strong links between their course experiences and their experiences back in the real world This workshop is well supported by recent theories about the transfer of learning but the priority is a practical one to develop and extend your reviewing toolkit DAY THREE June reviewing near the end of a training course The main focus of the third day is your own continuing professional development in reviewing skills A range of reviewing methods will be used to help you review your own experiences of reviewing These will mostly be methods that are used towards the end of a training course such as appraisal feedback learning plans action plans and evaluation You will learn how to review a lot in a short time how to help learners test their plans how to evaluate the training you provide and how to maximise your own learning as a trainer This day is suitable for experienced reviewers or for people who have attended at least one of the other days in this series of workshops 10 benefits of effective reviewing You are more in touch with learners You develop communication skills yours and theirs You develop learning skills yours

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  • Feedback from Visitors to the Guide to Active Reviewing
    all the info I m trying to develop ojt for my staff of trainers Your research on reviewing is great I am Child and Youth Worker student in Canada and your site was great and very helpful as well as your links I was really impressed Lots of great ideas for anyone interested in experiential education Thanks for your hard work I really do appreciate the work done here Excellent references for my job which is to train educate unemployed young adults I ve just tapped into your web site and I m impressed Thanks for the directory I think that this is a wonderful service Right on you are doing a great job Keep on rollin Keep up the Good Work I liked all the possibilities presented here I get excited reading and thinking and imaging about all the neat ideas here Thank you This was just what I was looking for I would like to thank you for the page Free Stuff for Webpersons It s COOL What a great resource thanks for putting in the time and effort to create and maintain this site What a fantastic site I really enjoyed what you had to say Congratulations on the idea of a new directory of outdoor websites I thoroughly enjoyed browsing your site A refresher Creative ideas Practical for those with a yearning for learning It was very refreshing and exciting it is an amazing site I was overwhelmed to see that there are so many PRACTICAL suggestion and tips provided here The content has really lured me into becoming a daily visitor to your site Thanks Found your site by accident and found it fascinating It is fabulous What you say really hits home Roger Greenaway s information packed site on Active Reviewing contains a multitude

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  • Why Adventure? Research Review
    and Outcomes of Outdoor Adventure Interventions Summary Part Four Implications Implications of Review for Research and Evaluation Glossary References Authors A J Authors K Z ABOUT WHY ADVENTURE What is the value to young people of adventure activities Can such activities contribute to young people s development What consititutes an effective outdoor adventure How might the quality of young people s experiences be improved What are the tools for effective evaluation Why Adventure represents a significant contribution to the task of exploring the value and benefits of outdoor adventure to the personal and social development of young people Its wide ranging scope is unprecedented covering youth and community work education youth social work and youth training both in the UK and abroad It provides an up to date picture of research that is relevant both to the processes and to the outcomes of young people s experiences of outdoor adventure Why Adventure explores several key ingredients of outdoor adventure adventure itself its group dimension the influence of staff sport and physical education the environment It includes an in depth consideration of the role of outdoor adventure in work with young people in trouble and at risk and discusses new directions for future research and evaluation If you are a practitioner or researcher interested in the role of outdoor adventure in young people s development this publication is for you CONTENTS ABOUT SCOPE A PLEA ORDER REFERENCES MANIFESTO SCOPE OF THE REVIEW Research from the UK and abroad The priority was to collect and review UK research but the review also includes key studies and research reviews from abroad Empirical research studies Another priority was to collect and review empirical research studies most of which turned out to be either about Outward Bound programmes or about programmes for young people in

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  • Working with young people in the outdoors
    people Reviewing to explore issues with young people indoors or outdoors Reviewing to develop skills such as communications problem solving and social skills Reviewing day one The evening session will be an engaging and inspiring review of day one Evaluation exercise DAY TWO Deciding what to review Deciding Line Searching for success Designing mini programmes Joining two or three activities with reviewing methods Testing out mini programmes Putting your designs to the test Balanced Reviewing Questions concerns or examples of reviews going wrong or not working well How to further develop your reviewing skills to engage and inspire young people Evaluation part two Resources Preparation and Follow up This workshop will draw on ideas from Roger s three handbooks More Than Activities Save the Children Fund Playback A Guide to Reviewing Activities The Duke of Edinburgh s Award Reviewing Adventures Why and How The National Association for Outdoor Education Fundamental to Roger s training is a belief in the importance of the quality of the experience Experience is the energy that drives the whole process but a misguided approach to reviewing can all too easily stop the adventure in its tracks Reviewing should be as dynamic as the experience itself and nothing at all like a post mortem Both as preparation and follow up for this event you are recommended to browse Roger s Online Guide to Active Reviewing at http reviewing co uk Here are some of the pages most relevant to the workshop What is reviewing Why Review key points Reviewing Adventure Activities article to download In Search of Respectable Adventure article web page Doing Reviewing article web page Reviewing By Doing article to download Reviewing in the Outdoors index Outdoor Adventure in Young People s Personal and Social Development research report Searching for Success several pages Reviewing

    Original URL path: http://www.reviewing.co.uk/young-people-outdoors.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • Youth Work and Children's Rights - selected youthwork links
    diverse training concepts methodologies practices and realities across Europe information about current developments especially at European level Coyote aims to strengthen networking among trainers involved in European youth worker training to promote the value of European level training for youth workers Coyote is published by the Council of Europe and the European Commission in partnership with the youth work field More Attention Should Be Given to Gender Issues in All Kinds of Training an article for Coyote 3 by Erzsébet Kovács and Paul Kloosterman suggesting new ways of approaching gender issues in training Youth Include website vanished June 2003 links organisations and individuals who are interested in youth programmes that specifically address minority youth or youth in difficulty As social exclusion becomes a key concept among policy makers the site aims to provide space for those on the ground to engage with and debate the best ways of developing inclusive youth programmes Includes pages in German and French Roofonfire International youth worker training course in Lithuania experiential learning and intercultural learning Report also includes full descriptions of methodologies Worldwide YOUTHWORK Youthwork Links Ideas Barbara Kawliche s comprehensive USA based site has many connections to youth work sites in other countries Article 12 The Rights of the Child A WORLD FIT FOR US Message from the Children s Forum delivered to the UN General Assembly Special Session on Children by child delegates Gabriela Azurduy Arrieta 13 from Bolivia and Audrey Cheynut 17 from Monaco on 8 May 2002 Declaration of Learner s Rights and Responsibilities created and presented by young people for the Wondertree Foundation of Natural Learning at the Rights of the Child Conference in Victoria BC Canada 1995 Child Rights Information Network CRIN To get free copies of the CRIN newsletter click this link CRIN armed conflict subscribe ecircle

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  • A-Z Index [A] Active Reviewing and Debriefing at reviewing.co.uk
    Learning Index Active Reviewing article Active Reviewing benefits Active Reviewing Cycle Active Reviewing Tips Activities Adventure Activities A Z Activity Map Activity facilitation Address and contact details Add your site to the SiteFinder Directory Admitting Success Advanced Site Search Engine Adventure Activities A Z Adventure and Experiential Learning Directory Adventure Connexions Adventure for Life Perspectives on issues in experiential education Adventure Programming Adventure Therapy Bibliography Ages Reviewing for Different Ages

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  • A-Z Index [B] Active Reviewing and Debriefing at reviewing.co.uk
    reviewing Benefits of using pictures tools pictures BIBLIOGRAPHIES Development Training Management Learning and Outdoor Management Development OMD Adventure Environment Sport Groups Leadership Youth at Risk Big Picture Reviewing Bingo giving and receiving positive feedback BOOKS by Roger Greenaway Other publications by Roger Greenaway index BOOKSHOP Active Learning Books and Reviews 400 titles BOOKSHOP Customer Service Security Guarantee Payment Information Privacy Policy and Delivery Options Brief Encounters IceBreaker A B C

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  • A-Z Index [C] Active Reviewing and Debriefing at reviewing.co.uk
    ChangeDetection automatic notification of updates to What s New Changing Places feedback and empathy exercise Charges Charities Children Learn What They Live Circle as a Facilitative Frame for reviewing Classic Books about Active and Experiential Learning Cliches Real Reviewing Getting Beyond Cliches Client List Client Pages Climate for learning Collage Communications Page Competencies of Development Trainers Conferences Consultancy Contact details Corporate Adventure Training CAT aka OMD Costs CPD Experiential CPD

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