Oct 14 Movement journal

Outdoor Education creates opportunity for students to learn through direct personal experience and offers extraordinary adventures that a regular classroom will never experience. In addition, students can build many relationships throughout outdoor education. First, is the interpersonal relationship between people; how they cooperate, communicate, and trust one another during social group interactions. Next, is intrapersonal relationships, which refers to how one relates to others. Due to the non-competitive nature of outdoor education, it offers students the opportunity to develop independence and self-reliance. In an outdoor environment, there can be numerous challenges students are facing, overcoming fears and attribute to self-confidence and self-esteem. Lastly, students will have a strong connection with the ecosystem.

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