What future/s for outdoor and environmental education in a world that has contended with COVID-19?
Quay, John; Gray, Tonia; Thomas, Glyn; Allan-Craig, Sandy; Asfeldt, Morten; Andkjær, Søren; Beames, Simon; Cosgriff, Marg; Dyment, Janet; Higgins, Pete; Ho, Susanna; Leather, Mark; Mitten, Denise; Morse, Marcus; Neill, James; North, Chris; Passy, Rowena; Gurholt, Kirsti Pedersen; Polley, Scott; Stewart, Alistair; Takano, Takako; Waite, Sue; Foley, Dorothy
Peer reviewed, Journal article
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Original versionJournal of Outdoor and Environmental Education (JOEE). 2020, 23, 93-117. 10.1007/s42322-020-00059-2
This is an unusual article in that it brings together the perspectives of many on this journal’s editorial board, around the issue of contending with COVID-19. Twenty statements showcase a range of thoughts and experiences, highlighting the differences and similarities in the way the pandemic is impacting on the educational practice of outdoor and environmental education. The future is not yet written, of course, so it is worth thinking about how the current moment may impact on the months and years to come. The aim of this article is to influence and support such thinking.