Outward Bound

Outward Bound (OB) is an international, non-profit, independent, outdoor education organization with approximately 40 schools around the world and 200,000 participants per year. Outward Bound programs aim to foster the personal growth and social skills of participants by using challenging expeditions in the outdoors.

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Outward Bound - Course Specifics
... Outward Bound courses follow a kind of recipe or formula, termed the Outward Bound Process Model which is well described by Walsh and Golins (1976) as Taking a ready, motivated learner into a prescribed ... will contain and in the philosophy of Outward Bound ...
People's Association - Other PA Organisations - Outward Bound Singapore
... Outward Bound Singapore (OBS) which provides outdoor education and adventure learning programmes ... It is a member of the global Outward Bound network, and operates three adventure learning centres in Singapore, with two centres at Pulau Ubin and one ... than 23,000 children, youths and adults experience adventure learning with Outward Bound Singapore ...
Sutton Vane - Playwright
... Then came Outward Bound, which was so unusual in its subject matter as a fantasy-drama that no producer would go near it ... Outward Bound is about a small, motley group of eight passengers who meet in the lounge of an ocean liner at sea and realize that they have no idea why they are there, or where they are ... Outward Bound was moved to a large theatre in London and became the biggest hit of the 1923 season ...
Lawrence Durning Holt
1882 – 1961), from the Blue Funnel Shipping Line, was co-founder of Outward Bound in 1941, along with renowned educator, Kurt Hahn ... When time and experience were ripe for the development of other Outward Bound schools, the (Outward Bound) Trust was formed to carry on the work." (p ...

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