（Current as of 6th Feb. 2024）
Research Presentation <Session Ⅰ>
9:20 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
|Artificial Intelligence and Outdoor Education Part 1: Presentation
|Cyborg bodies and landscapes: data tracking devices and human experience in the mountains
|Active outdoor life on Facebook. Functions and cultural significance of two Danish outdoor Facebook groups
|Experienced secondary school teachers’ practices in contextualized outdoor learning: A collaborative research protocol
|Outdoor Education Teacher Identity Development from pre-service to early years of teaching: An Australian perspective
|Implementation of school-based outdoor learning: Transforming practices through action research
|TOWARDS A NATIONAL PROGRAM IN QUEBEC (CANADA) FOR OUTDOOR LEADER: INSPIRATIONS FROM AN OVERVIEW OF NATIONAL TRAINING OF SEVERAL COUNTRIES
|A better understanding of the scope of the literature regarding professional competencies for the outdoor pursuit leader (OPL) : A PRISMA scoping review for an evolving field
|Perceptions of Japanese Outdoor Leaders toward Their Outdoor Spirituality: A Q-Methodology Inquiry
|Can recreational cliff users share custodianship of vertical landscapes with traditional owners? What are the implications for outdoor education?
|Governing access to outdoor recreation spaces in urban coastal areas under pressure. A comparison of Norwegian, Swedish and Danish planning practices.
|The Outdoors, social relationships and bullying
Research Presentation <Session Ⅱ>
11:30 a.m. – 12:35 p.m.
|Awakening and working with Arne
|Adventure Monuments: Entanglements of Histories, Materials, and Practice
|Enacting place-responsive outdoor education: a Singapore case study
|A matter of attention. On the entanglement of place experience and poetic writing: an action research in Italian secondary school.
|Angels and demons – entrepreneurs in outdoor recreation in Northern Norway
|A Study on the Motivational Factors for High School, Junior College, and University Students Volunteering at the National Institution for Youth Education.
|Autism Spectrum Disorder and the Joy of Climbing
|Parental perceptions of diluting risk in contemporary outdoor play parks.
Research Presentation <Session Ⅲ>
1:50 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
|Arts educational approaches to outdoor education in anthropocene landscapes – a Nordic perspective
|Investigating the challenges of adapting to climate change in the Australian outdoors – to support a national collaboration for risk mitigation.
|More-than-human pedagogies: Strategies for escaping the Anthropocene
|The agentic environment: Moving towards more place-inclusive pedagogy
|Where is what and what is where? How place-based outdoor education enables consideration of the embodied relationship between people and places.
|Relation between Cycling Style and Place Attachment of Students. －A Case on Place Attachment Around Campus of Students at Univ. of Tsukuba－
|Friluftsliv as a part of the PE curricula – potentials for more sustainable human-nature relations? An investigation of PE teachers’ understanding of nature and sustainability
|Development of a longitudinal database about school-based outdoor education practices among K-11 teachers
|Examining Primary Outdoor Education in Victoria (Australia) and Jyväskylä (Finland): Learning from Curriculum and Other Comparisons
|Outdoor experiential learning as a tool in developing safety competence among tour guides: an analysis of student experiences of the Arctic Nature Guide program
|Suffering in Silence: Impacts experienced by practitioners following serious incidents
|Safety management of outdoor education utilizing the strength of networking organizations in Japan