AP 3320 - Adventure Education Philosophy and Theory
Provides an exploration of the history, philosophy, ethics, research, and theories related to Adventure, Outdoor, and Experiential Education. Focuses mostly on the theories and models explaining intrapersonal attributes such as self-efficacy, attribution theory, motivation, and arousal theories. Explains the "why" and "how" behind the "what" professional Adventure Educators do. Students develop writing skills related to the profession through multiple writing assignments including a personal philosophy statement and an academic research paper. Springs. Prerequisite(s): AP 2210. (WRCO)
*All course information is from the 2016-2017 Catalog.