0 points, SCA Band 2, 0.000 EFTSL
Undergraduate - Unit
Refer to the specific census and withdrawal dates for the semester(s) in which this unit is offered.
This unit monitors fieldwork taken concurrently with EDF2175 (Human interactions and relationships in outdoor education). Students develop their experiential knowledge and skills in outdoor education environments and educational contexts and develop techniques for planning, managing and evaluating learning programs and the ability to apply, question, test and consolidate theories and concepts explored in EDF2175. These experiences also provide students with the opportunity to build competencies in the professional requirements associated with fieldwork provision in outdoor education and environmental studies; that is, in the conduct of outdoor activities, safe planning, risk management and experience in the logistical support required for the provision of fieldwork programs.
Upon successful completion of this unit students should be able to:
- adapt experiential knowledge and skills in diverse outdoor education contexts
- demonstrate skills to review and analyse the learning needs of others in professional practice
- complete the required number of days of fieldwork experience and the activities specified in the professional experience guides for this unit
- record, through a fieldwork experience logbook, their field-based learning and self-reflections on their developing knowledge and skills in professional practice.
5 days' fieldwork placement
This unit is graded pass grade only (PGO).
Fieldwork experience logbook
- 3-hour workshop briefing on information that pertains specifically to the fieldwork experience component
- minimum of 5 days of fieldwork experience in a Victorian National Park or environmental reserve
See also Unit timetable information