Call for Abstracts

Call for Abstracts

2020 National Outdoor Education Conference

Posted on 11.10.2019

With the announcement of the themes of the concurrent sessions for NOEC 2020, the organisers are calling for your abstract submissions.

NOEC 2020 Conference Streams

The four streams and their presentation topics are as follows:

Stream 1: Are you ready?
Presentations related to our preparedness educate in a complex and dynamic environment:
• Standards, practice policies procedures
• Research, evaluation and assessment,
• Mental health issues
• Risk Management

Stream 2: Conversations at the edge
Presentations related to contemporary issues:
• Challenging the dominant narrative
• Justice, equity, diversity and inclusivity (JEDI)
• Cross fertilisation, collaboration and synergies

Stream 3: Learning in the outdoors – beyond 2020
Presentations which dare us to be different:
• Sharing practice (hands on workshops are especially encouraged)
• Innovations and leading edge ideas to address future trends
• Program design, delivery and outcomes
• Pedagogy and curriculum
• Play

Stream 4: Human-Nature interactions
Presentations related to:
• Place-based education
• Indigenous knowledge systems
• Environmental education
• Sustainability

Abstracts close 22nd November 2019



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