ADVENTURE-BASED LEARNING - ACTIVE TEACHING METHOD USED IN TEACHING SUBJECTS IN TOURISM PUBLISHED

Ștefan Donatella, Orboi Manuela Dora, Băneș A., Martin Simona
Adventure Learning involves active and interactive participation of students in teaching, teaching methods used in teaching subjects in tourism. This method involves creating groups of students and “locating” them for a period of time in areas with different geographical, social and cultural potential. Student Groups are created from different sociocultural backgrounds. The purpose of this method is to explore the natural and social environment, to conduct investigations and microresearches and to reflect, personal and collective, to local and global communities’ issues. Also, the aim of the method is to teach and develop the student, personal, cognitive, social and cultural. Adventure Learning promotes collaboration and competition among students, integrated approach of the individual and of the group. This method borrows various elements of project-based learning, problem-based learning, and items specific to action research.
adventure learning, specific teaching method, tourism
Presentation: oral

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