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Outdoor activities in non-formal education_handbook_2014

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This is a handbook for outdoor activities used in non-formal education, from ice-breakers, getting to know each other, communication, teambuilding, trust and problem solving games to using expedition as a tool for learning.

Aims of the tool

Objectives are to share the activities, with description, methods and goals of each activity with tips and tricks, to be used by trainers working wth groups and youth using the outdoor experiential learning elements in non-formal education.

Description of the tool

The handbook is a memo of activities used in a training course organized by Outward Bound Croatia, it is a collection of activities with description of the purpose of the activity, materials and time needed, instructions for the implementation and debrief/reflection.


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Tool overview

Outdoor activities in non-formal education_handbook_2014

This tool addresses

Group Dynamics, Personal Development, Youth Participation

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

20 participants of a training course

in the context of

Training course "Training with thought"

The tool has been experimented in


The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Tamara Lipnjak (on 16 December 2014)

and last modified

15 December 2014

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