Browsing by Author "Cosgriff, Marg"

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  • The ABCs of collaboration in academia

    Amundsen, Diana Leigh; Ballam, Nadine Dawn; Cosgriff, Marg (University of Waikato, 2019)
    The occurrence of research collaboration among multiple researchers is becoming more widespread within the academic research community. Research collaboration endeavours offer many benefits yet are not without challenges. ...
  • Assessment in senior outdoor education: A catalyst for change?

    Cosgriff, Marg; Gillespie, Lorna B. (Outdoors New Zealand, 2011)
    In recent times issues of sustainability and place, and human connectedness and care for outdoor environments, have been the subject of increasing professional dialogue in outdoor education in Aotearoa New Zealand. Attention ...
  • Dealing with a quandary: Funding outdoor education in Aotearoa New Zealand

    Campbell-Price, Margi; Cosgriff, Marg (Education Outdoors New Zealand, 2017)
    School websites are one of a number of ways that schools communicate their vision, values, programmes, successes, and about their community in the public domain. An initial stimulus for this article was a study conducted ...
  • Education outside the classroom in Aotearoa New Zealand - A comprehensive national study: Final Report

    Hill, Allen; North, hris; Cosgriff, Marg; Irwin, David; Boyes, Mike; Watson, Sophie (Ara Institute of Canterbury Ltd, 2020)
    Education outside the Classroom (EOTC) has a long and rich history in Aotearoa New Zealand schools (Lynch, 2006), contributing positively to the lives of many young New Zealanders. The purpose of this study was to gain a ...
  • Gender and the Outdoors: An International Conversation

    Pinch, Katherine J.; Breunig, Mary; Cosgriff, Marg; Dignan, Annie (Outdoors New Zealand, 2008)
    Over the past two to three decades in outdoor education circles, there has been a gradual swell of interest in bringing a gender lens to the examination of issues, theory and practice within the field. Although feminist ...

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