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Outdoor Environmental Education Research Blog

Outdoor Environmental Education Research Blog

A compilation of research from students and staff in Outdoor Environmental Education at Moray House School of Education and Sport.

About Us

The Outdoor Environmental Education Research blog emerged with the intention to create a space to showcase research from current and alumni students and staff within the Outdoor Environmental Education Section in the Moray House School of Education and Sport. Our blog posts emerge directly from our research as they inform practice. They offer the opportunity for a more informal tone, and we encourage the inclusion of an accompanying podcast/video that we can embed. Our overall aim is to increase the accessibility of our research for all.

We are in the process of developing this blog and hope to be able to regularly post new examples of high quality research that is ever emerging from our team of students, staff and alumni.  If you are interested in contributing, please consult the How to Submit an OEER Blog page for further information.

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