（Current as of 6th Feb. 2024）
Research Presentation <Session Ⅳ>
9:20 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
|The intersections of outdoor environmental education and peace studies/education: Collaboration, conflict and communication
|Recreation conflicts in urban forest
|Exploring a Vision of the World that Could Be: Moving from Rhetoric to Transformative Social and Environmental Action
|Watch Us Change The World: Examining the impacts of an experiential outdoor learning program on Year 9 Australian young women
|Perspectives on curriculum: how various traditions of curriculum have an impact on the enactment of residential outdoor education programmes.
|How children’s attitudes toward nature deepen by participating in camps?
|Place and Community-Based Education in Japan-Rethinking the Locally-focused Environmental Education Through the Lens of PCBE
|Choosing relevant environments for outdoor science learning situations: K-6 teachers’ criteria
|Navigating the Icelandic Discourse of Outdoor Education
|Developing a teacher identity in the outdoor education context: A systematic review of the literature
|Development and validation of an instrument to measure outcomes for outdoor adventure education in Singapore.
|A Systematic Review of Adventure Education Research in Japan
Research Presentation <Session Ⅴ>
11:30 a.m. – 12:35 p.m.
|Retaining Indigenous voices and diversity in India—an examination of dominant narratives in outdoor education
|Achievements of Tetsuo Sakai who gave dreams and hopes to young people in Japan, Asia, and around the world through marine camps and outdoor education – Through Japan YMCA Alliance, the YMCA Anan International Ocean Center (Camp Anan), National Institute of Fitness and Sports (NIFS), and National Camping Association Japan (NCAJ) –
|Health and Safety Legislation and Education Outside the Classroom: Perspectives of school leaders and teachers
|Exploring the Interplay of Three Danish Research Initiatives on Education Outside the Classroom: Findings and Future Directions
|“Why don’t they remember the dolphins?” – A critical examination of learning outside the ‘comfort zone’
|Beyond our comfort zone: Evolving Outward Bound in Australia
|Presence and Technology in Outdoor Education
|Perspectives on Teaching and Learning with Mobile Technology in Outdoor Studies