With new COVID-19 practices in place, we caught up with our Alumni to hear about their recent course experiences. As I walk out the door to my house, I check for four things: wallet, keys, phone and mask—an essential list... READ MORE
Whether you’re a teacher, parent, facilitator or a student yourself, navigating remote learning can be difficult. Discover four ways everyone can play their part to create a fun, engaging learning environment for middle and high school students. Let me bypass... READ MORE
Did you know that your favorite outdoor activity is not a coincidence – it actually can say a lot about the type of person you are. Do you love planning? Are you calm under pressure? A risk-taker? Do you... READ MORE
Anyone who has been on an expedition knows there’s something special about it. We often struggle to describe it, ending up sounding starry-eyed or silly. Spending long periods of time in a small group out in the wild can lead... READ MORE
Of the many things we’ve lost since March, a regular routine is at the top of the list for many of us. As we say in my household, “Pandemic is the mother of invention,” meaning creativity and solution-finding are... READ MORE
Teenagers are eager to learn. They’re highly capable of doing their own research and forming their own opinions. They have the power to create movements that fight the oppressive systems that have structured our world. Teens are also, perhaps, the... READ MORE
Kurt Hahn, the founder of Outward Bound, was an educational reformer whose ideas remain as relevant as ever. Born in 1886, Hahn founded numerous schools and educational programs during his life. Hahn identified six declines facing the youth of his... READ MORE
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