Research Presentation Schedule<5th March, Tuesday>

(Current as of 6th Feb. 2024)

9:20 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
First nameLast nameTitle
DavidHillsArtificial Intelligence and Outdoor Education Part 1: Presentation
GeorgiosKatsogridakisCyborg bodies and landscapes: data tracking devices and human experience in the mountains
SørenAndkjærActive outdoor life on Facebook. Functions and cultural significance of two Danish outdoor Facebook groups
AntoineDeschampsExperienced secondary school teachers’ practices in contextualized outdoor learning: A collaborative research protocol
IanNevilleOutdoor Education Teacher Identity Development from pre-service to early years of teaching: An Australian perspective
YannickLacosteImplementation of school-based outdoor learning: Transforming practices through action research
FrançoisBissonnetteA 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
TaitoOkamuraPerceptions of Japanese Outdoor Leaders toward Their Outdoor Spirituality: A Q-Methodology Inquiry
GlynThomasCan recreational cliff users share custodianship of vertical landscapes with traditional owners? What are the implications for outdoor education?
MarianneSingsaasGoverning access to outdoor recreation spaces in urban coastal areas under pressure. A comparison of Norwegian, Swedish and Danish planning practices.
JakobThorsteinssonThe Outdoors, social relationships and bullying
11:30 a.m. – 12:35 p.m.
First nameLast nameTitle
MarcusMorseAwakening and working with Arne
GeorgiosKatsogridakisAdventure Monuments: Entanglements of Histories, Materials, and Practice
SusannaHoEnacting place-responsive outdoor education: a Singapore case study
TommasoReatoA matter of attention. On the entanglement of place experience and poetic writing: an action research in Italian secondary school.
GauteSvenssonAngels and demons – entrepreneurs in outdoor recreation in Northern Norway
MamoruSugimotoA Study on the Motivational Factors for High School, Junior College, and University Students Volunteering at the National Institution for Youth Education.
KazuyukiNoguchiAutism Spectrum Disorder and the Joy of Climbing
MarionSturgesParental perceptions of diluting risk in contemporary outdoor play parks.
1:50 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
First nameLast nameTitle
HeleneIllerisArts educational approaches to outdoor education in anthropocene landscapes – a Nordic perspective
LorenMillerInvestigating the challenges of adapting to climate change in the Australian outdoors – to support a national collaboration for risk mitigation.
ScottJukesMore-than-human pedagogies: Strategies for escaping the Anthropocene
AmySmallwoodThe agentic environment: Moving towards more place-inclusive pedagogy
KassandraL’HeureuxWhere is what and what is where? How place-based outdoor education enables consideration of the embodied relationship between people and places.
TakuroOriiRelation between Cycling Style and Place Attachment of Students. -A Case on Place Attachment Around Campus of Students at Univ. of Tsukuba-
GustavTøstesenFriluftsliv as a part of the PE curricula – potentials for more sustainable human-nature relations? An investigation of PE teachers’ understanding of nature and sustainability
Jean-PhilippeAyotte-BeaudetDevelopment of a longitudinal database about school-based outdoor education practices among K-11 teachers
JohnQuayExamining Primary Outdoor Education in Victoria (Australia) and Jyväskylä (Finland): Learning from Curriculum and Other Comparisons
BarbaraHildOutdoor experiential learning as a tool in developing safety competence among tour guides: an analysis of student experiences of the Arctic Nature Guide program
DeniseMittenSuffering in Silence: Impacts experienced by practitioners following serious incidents
TaitoOkamuraSafety management of outdoor education utilizing the strength of networking organizations in Japan