Innovative Technology Use in Outdoor Education Survey

Are you an outdoor/environmental educator or science teacher or professor who uses technology with students out in in the field? If so, are you willing to share some ideas with the rest of the world?

I’m compiling a list of  innovative ways to use technology (digital cameras, flipcams, scientific data collecting equipment, laptops, GPS units, web2.0 resources, social media, etc.) to enhance the educational experiences on environmental field trips (e.g. to parks, nature centers, hiking trails, etc.) or outdoors on school campuses. If you have ideas or experiences to share, please complete this short survey using the link below. I will share the results here.

Technology Use in Outdoor Education Survey

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About Deb Hanson

Always a learner...an endless seeker... educator, biologist, dreamer, innovator, mom, wife... Located in Portland, OR.
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3 Responses to Innovative Technology Use in Outdoor Education Survey

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  2. Jose says:

    Hi Deb,

    I use the Flip camera to create video podcasts for one of my sites http://www.outdoorinstructors.com. My goal is to create background knowledge via technology for instructors that lead kayaking, sailing, backpacking and climbing trips. Thanks for creating the survey! Can you please share the results?

    Regards,
    Jose

  3. Deb Hanson says:

    Thanks for responding Jose – I will be sharing soon!

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