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Adventure Learning at the University of Minnesota
University of Minnesota is the world's forerunner in adventure learning. Headed by Dr. Aaron Doering of Learing Technologies at the College of Education and Human Development the exciting free K-12 adventure learning programs delivered to K-12 classroom world wide on an annual basis since 2003, is a premier outreach feature for the College of Education and Human Development.
Adventure learning is much more than a theory for the elitist.
'Adventure learning' being one of four required courses, the college now offers a new online distance learning certificate designed to prepare educators and other professionals to design and deliver distance learning opportunities in academic or business settings. A 12-credit certificate program that will prepare students to successfully design, develop, and deliver curriculum on the Internet; use interactive online media; and create online learning communities for business and K-12 and postsecondary schools.
CI 5327 - Designing Online Adventure Learning (3.0 cr; A-F or Aud, fall, spring, summer, every year) Designing, developing, and integrating adventure learning environments in K-16. Examples of effective adventure learning environments.
College of Education and Human Development Minnesota State Fair College Booth: Adventure Learning State Fair booth and display, interactive video kiosk and learning curriculum, Web site, trading cards, art and related activities Entries: