Journal of Experiential Education

Journal

Publication Venue For

  • Infusing a Peer-to-Peer Support Program With Adventure Therapy for Adolescent Students With Autism Spectrum Disorder.  40:394-408. 2017
  • The Evolution of Experiential Learning Theory: Tracing Lines of Research in the JEE.  40:NP1-NP21. 2017
  • An Experiential Approach to Sport for Youth Development.  40:308-322. 2017
  • Play for Peace as a Violence Prevention Model: Achieving Voluntad y Convivencia.  39:412-426. 2016
  • The Impact of Wilderness Therapy: Utilizing an Integrated Care Approach.  39:15-30. 2016
  • Play for Peace as a Violence Prevention Model: Achieving Voluntad y Convivencia.  39:412-426. 2016
  • Adventure Therapy With Youth.  37:46-59. 2014
  • The State of Knowledge of Outdoor Orientation Programs.  37:31-45. 2014
  • The state of knowledge of outdoor orientation programs: Current practices, research, and theory.  37:31-45. 2014
  • Circle Talks As Situated Experiential Learning.  36:155-174. 2013
  • On Belay.  36:93-105. 2013
  • Adventure education and resilience enhancement.  35:307-325. 2012
  • Enhancing Fidelity in Adventure Education and Adventure Therapy.  33:258-273. 2011
  • Effects of a College Adventure Orientation Program on Student Development Behaviors.  34:127-148. 2011
  • The first year effects of an adventure orientation program on the student development behaviors of incoming college students..  34:127-148. 2011
  • Contact Theory as a Framework for Experiential Activities as Diversity Education: An Exploratory Study.  32:207-225. 2010
  • A Census of Outdoor Orientation Programs at Four-Year Colleges in the United States.  33:1-18. 2010
  • Clinical supervision in adventure therapy: Enhancing the field through an active experiential model.  33:72-89. 2010
  • ENHANCES: Adventure therapy supervision.  33:72-89. 2010
  • Conference Attendance Patterns of Outdoor Orientation Program Staff at Four-Year Colleges in the United States.  31:405-409. 2009
  • The effect of an experiential, adventure-based “Anti-Bullying Initiative” on levels of resilience: A mixed methods study.  31:420-424. 2009
  • Experience, Reflect, Critique: The End of the “Learning Cycles” Era.  31:3-18. 2008
  • Student Involvement: Critical Concerns of Outdoor Orientation Programs.  30:253-257. 2008
  • Wilderness Orientation: Exploring the Relationship between College Preorientation Programs and Social Support.  29:145-167. 2006
  • Social Support Development and Wilderness Pre-Orientation Experiences.  28:248-249. 2006
  • The Effectiveness of Metaphoric Facilitation Styles in Corporate Adventure Training (CAT) Programs.  29:78-94. 2006
  • Comprehending the Value Structures Influencing Significance and Power behind Experiential Education Research. Opening Address SEER 2004..  27:286-296. 2005
  • Service-Learning and Outdoor Education: Promising Reform Movements or Future Relics?.  27:67-86. 2004
  • Service-learning and outdoor education: Promising reforms or future relics?.  27:67-86. 2004
  • Kurt Hahn Address 2002 AEE International Conference.  25:363-371. 2003
  • The Long-Term Effects of a First-Year Student Wilderness Orientation Program.  26:34-40. 2003
  • Critical concerns regarding the contemporary rites of passage model.  25:10-21. 2003
  • Book Review: Shouting at the Sky: Troubled Teens and the Promise of the Wild.  24:123-124. 2001
  • Training Corporate Managers to Facilitate: The Next Generation of Facilitating Experiential Methodologies?.  22:50-53. 1999
  • Hiring influences of supervisors of adventure programs.  22:44-49. 1999
  • Hiring preference trends in the outdoor adventure programming field.  22:44-49. 1999
  • Facilitating Experiential Learning: Co-Creating Stories with Better Endings for Clients.  20:66-67. 1997
  • An Examination of “Problem-Solving” versus “Solution-Focused” Facilitation Styles in a Corporate Setting.  20:34-39. 1997
  • Focusing on the “Solution” Rather than the “Problem”: Empowering Client Change in Adventure Experiences.  18:63-69. 1995
  • CHANGES: A model using adventure experiences as assessment.  18:34-40. 1995
  • CHANGES: An assessment model using adventure experiences.  18:34-40. 1995
  • Ethical Decisions in Experience-Based Training and Development Programs.  16:41-47. 1993
  • Constructing Effective Corporate Adventure Training Programs.  15:35-42. 1992
  • Enhancing Metaphor Development in Adventure Therapy Programs.  14:6-13. 1991
  • The Longitudinal Effects of an Adventure Orientation Program.  14:47-48. 1991
  • Theory and practice: a paradox to address.  15. 1991
  • Emerging for recovery: A descriptive analysis of adventure therapy programs for chemically dependent populations.  13:29-35. 1990
  • Emerging for recovery: A descriptive analysis of adventure therapy for substance abusers.  13:29-35. 1990
  • A Group Development Model for Adventure Education.  10:39-46. 1987
  • The Effects of a Wilderness Orientation Program on College Students.  10:30-33. 1987
  • A group development model for adventure education.  10:39-46. 1987
  • Programming the Transfer of Learning in Adventure Education.  8:18-24. 1985
  • Programming the transfer of learning in adventure education.  8:18-24. 1985
  • International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 1053-8259
  • Electronic International Standard Serial Number (eissn)

  • 2169-009X