Comparing apples and pears? A conceptual framework for understanding forms of outdoor learning through comparison of English Forest Schools and Danish udeskole

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Comparing apples and pears? A conceptual framework for understanding forms of outdoor learning through comparison of English Forest Schools and Danish udeskole. / Waite, Sue; Bølling, Mads; Bentsen, Peter.

I: Environmental Education Research, Bind 22, Nr. 6, 2016, s. 868-892.

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Waite, S, Bølling, M & Bentsen, P 2016, 'Comparing apples and pears? A conceptual framework for understanding forms of outdoor learning through comparison of English Forest Schools and Danish udeskole', Environmental Education Research, bind 22, nr. 6, s. 868-892. https://doi.org/10.1080/13504622.2015.1075193

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Waite, S., Bølling, M., & Bentsen, P. (2016). Comparing apples and pears? A conceptual framework for understanding forms of outdoor learning through comparison of English Forest Schools and Danish udeskole. Environmental Education Research, 22(6), 868-892. https://doi.org/10.1080/13504622.2015.1075193

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Waite S, Bølling M, Bentsen P. Comparing apples and pears? A conceptual framework for understanding forms of outdoor learning through comparison of English Forest Schools and Danish udeskole. Environmental Education Research. 2016;22(6):868-892. https://doi.org/10.1080/13504622.2015.1075193

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Waite, Sue ; Bølling, Mads ; Bentsen, Peter. / Comparing apples and pears? A conceptual framework for understanding forms of outdoor learning through comparison of English Forest Schools and Danish udeskole. I: Environmental Education Research. 2016 ; Bind 22, Nr. 6. s. 868-892.

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