Student Learning Outcomes

  • Display professional competence in adventure learning activities and instructional skills by demonstrating a grade of 3.0 or better in PA 5560 courses.
  • Demonstrate effective teaching skills for a variety of adventure related lessons.
  • Demonstrate competence in facilitation skills including assessment of client groups, planning and conducting adventure based learning experiences and promoting transference of learning.
  • Discuss the various forms of diversity that can be found in an adventure learning group, and explain effective professional strategies for respecting this diversity and creating a safe and effective learning environment
  • Explain Adventure Learning’s role as a social and individual change agent and discuss examples of this change observed in the conduct of adventure programming.
  • Display an understanding of and practice professional standards of risk management, with a grade of 3.0 or better on the content exam in EE 5100 Risk Management in Experiential Education.
  • Effectively advocate for adventure learning in their local community or educational setting.