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We developed a comprehensive assessment plan and tested the curriculum to determine whether hands-on outdoor recreation events promote knowledge, attitudes, and performance among at-risk urban children. Knowledge, attitude, and performance assessments were developed, refined and conducted through various stages based on cultural and language barriers as well a variety of age groups participating within the events. Findings revealed that knowledge, attitudes, and performance increased substantially as a result of participating in the outdoor recreation events. We conclude that the implementation and assessment of the program is strong. We also make several recommendations for future programs.
Adventure education; Curriculum evaluation; Curriculum planning; Environmental sciences – Study and teaching (Elementary); Nevada – Las Vegas; Outdoor education; Outdoor recreation– Study and teaching (Elementary)
Curriculum and Instruction | Curriculum and Social Inquiry | Desert Ecology | Education | Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research | Environmental Sciences | Science and Mathematics Education
Klockow, J. A.
Assessing “Discover Mojave” Instrument Development and Analysis.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/pli_discover_mojave_reports/1
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