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Truong, S., Singh, M., Reid, C. et al. Vertical schooling and learning transformations in curriculum research: points and counterpoints in outdoor education and sustainability. Curric Perspect 38, 181–186 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s41297-018-0053-y
- Outdoor Education
- Curriculum Inquiry
- Australian Curriculum, Assessment And Reporting Authority (ACARA)
- Outdoor Learning
- Curriculum Researchers