SEER Research & Live Q&A

The Symposium on Experiential Education Research (SEER) provides an outlet and venue for researchers in the field of experiential education to present, share, dialogue, and further develop their research ideas. The symposium occurs concurrently with the International AEE Conference each year and involves the presentation of research papers from leading international scholars in the field of experiential education.

This year, you can read the Research Papers and contact SEER Presenters directly through their personal profiles. You can also join SEER presenters during live Q&A sessions if you'd like to discuss the research with the presenter via Zoom.

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Alice Morgan - SEER
What Students Say About Science: A Qualitative Approach to Science Relevancy in Adventure STEM Education
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Andrew Florence - SEER
Trauma-Informed Adventure Based Counseling: A Promising Approach for Influencing Developmental Outcomes for Youth
Aya Hayashi - SEER
EXPLORING OUTCOMES OF OUTDOOR ORIENTATION PROGRAMS: COMPARISON BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND JAPAN
Becca Meier - SEER
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Before, During and After the Experience
Before, during and after the experience: A three-wave study on educational context and adolescent identity development
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Brent Bell - SEER
Community College Outdoor Leadership Degree Programs: Looking for outdoor leadership
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CEFEO Research Center (University of Bologna, Italy)
CEFEO (Research Center on Nature-Based Experiential Education and Training of the University of Bologna, Italy) is an interdisciplinary research center interested in the study, evaluation and experimentation of issues related to nature-based activities in the educational, training and therapeutic areas. Visit our website Here we present one of our recent researches called "Deepening the Inside: The Underlying Processes in Adventure ...
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Cheyanne Olson and Nicole Colston
MAPPING THE CITIZEN SCIENCE EXPERIENCE: EXPERIENTIAL PEDAGOGIES AND LEARNING OUTCOMES IN A PLACE BASED VOLUNTEER PROGRAM
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Deb Powers - SEER
Perceptions of the benefits and effects of a rock-climbing weekend for veterans and their families
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Elizabeth Yomantas - SEER
UNPACKING CONCEPTIONS OF CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE SERVICE LEARNING IN AN EE PROGRAM
Erik Rabinowitze - SEER
CANARIES AT THE CLIMBING WALL: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PARTICULATE MATTER AT
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Esther - SEER
A Literature Review of Adventure Therapy with LatinX Youth in community Based Settings: Implications for Research and Practice
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Michael Riley - SEER
Social Regulation in Outdoor Experiential Education
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Ryan Hines - SEER Presentation
Exploring Motivational Factors for Student Participation in Leadership at College Outdoor Adventure Programs
Ryan Zwart, Ph.D.
An exploratory analysis of the relationship between outdoor adventure recreation activity type and environmental self-selected strategies for health promotion
Tarkington J. Newman
The Intentional Practices of Adventure Therapy Facilitators Symposium for Experiential Education Research Tarkington J. Newman, PhD, MSW, MS Benjamin Jefka, MSW-MS student Nicolas Brennan, MSW-MS student Kendra Bostick, PhD student Anita Tucker, PhD, LCSW Tony Alvarez, LMSW The Experiential Nature of Coach Education within Positive Youth Development: Implications for Practice and Research Association for Experiential ...
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Yun Chang - SEER
The Effect of Service-Learning Outdoor Expedition on adolescents' Civic Responsibility and Sense of Community: A Pilot Study
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SEER Live Q&A - Session 1
Thu, Nov 12th, 2020 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EST
Education and College Programs Join the following 2020 SEER Presenters for a live Q & A about their research Lisa Meerts  Before, during, and after the experience: A three-wave study on educational context ...
Aya Hayashi, Brent Bell, Education and College Programs, Lisa Meerts, Panel, q&a, Ryan Hines, SEER, symposium on experiential education research
Education and College ProgramsJoin the following 2020 SEER Presenters for a live Q & A about their researchLisa MeertsBefore, during, and after the experience: A three-wave study on educational context and adolescent identity developmentBrent BellCommunity College Outdoor Leadership Degree Programs: Looking for Outdoor LeadershipRyan HinesExploring Motivational Factors for Student Leadership of College Outdoor Adventure ProgramsAya HayashiExploring the universal values and cultural differences of outdoor orientation programs: Comparison between the US and JapanAbout SEER:The Symposium on Experiential Education Research (SEER) provides an outlet and venue for researchers in the field of experiential education to present, share, dialogue, and further develop their research ideas each year at the AEE International Conference.The first SEER took place at AEE's 2001 International Conference in Charleston, West Virginia. Fittingly, it was Dr. Alan Ewert of Indiana University who conceived of and led the effort to establish that first SEER. A widely published researcher and author in the field of adventure-based education, Dr. Ewert is also known for his distinguished career in academia, three decades as an Outward Bound instructor, as holder of the Patricia and Joel Meier Outdoor Leadership Chair, past editor of the Journal of Experiential Education, and as fellow and past president of the prestigious Academy of Leisure Sciences. In providing the leadership to launch SEER, Dr. Ewert was giving back to the field that he has helped develop throughout his academic and professional career. The symposium occurs concurrently with the International AEE Conference each year and involves the presentation of research papers from leading international scholars in the field of experiential education. Read abstracts from past years
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SEER Live Q&A - Session 2
Thu, Nov 12th, 2020 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM EST
 Experiential Education Join the following 2020 SEER Presenters for a live Q & A about their research Alice Morgan What Students Say About Science: A Qualitative Approach to Science Relevancy in Adventure ...
Alice Morgan, Cheyanne Olson, Elizabeth Yomantas, experiential education, Panel, q&a, SEER, symposium on experiential education research, Yun Chang
Experiential EducationJoin the following 2020 SEER Presenters for a live Q & A about their researchAlice MorganWhat Students Say About Science: A Qualitative Approach to Science Relevancy in Adventure STEM EducationYun Chang
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SEER Live Q&A - Session 3
Fri, Nov 13th, 2020 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM EST
Health and Benefits Join the following 2020 SEER Presenters for a live Q & A about their research Michael Riley Social Regulation in Outdoor Experiential Education Erik Rabinowitz  Air ...
Deb Powers, Erik Rabinowitz, Health, Michael Riley, Panel, q&a, Ryan Zwart, SEER, symposium on experiential education research
Health and BenefitsJoin the following 2020 SEER Presenters for a live Q & A about their researchMichael RileySocial Regulation in Outdoor Experiential EducationErik Rabinowitz
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SEER Live Q&A - Session 4
Fri, Nov 13th, 2020 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST
Mental Health & Wellness Join the following 2020 SEER Presenters for a live Q & A about their research Esther Ayers A Systematic Review of Adventure Based Therapy in Community Based Mental Health ...
Andrew Florence, Chiara Borelli, Esther Ayers, Mental Health and Wellness, Panel, q&a, SEER, symposium on experiential education research, Tarkington Newman
Mental Health & WellnessJoin the following 2020 SEER Presenters for a live Q & A about their researchEsther AyersA Systematic Review of Adventure Based Therapy in Community Based Mental Health Settings With a Focus on Latinx YouthChiara BorelliDeepening the Inside: The Underlying Processes in Adventure Education and Therapy ProgramsBecca MeierReclaiming Control in the Vertical Realm: A Phenomenological Study of Female Rock Climbers with Mental IllnessTarkington NewmanThe Intentional Practices of Adventure Therapy FacilitatorsAndrew FlorenceTrauma-informed adventure-based counseling: A promising approach for influencing developmental outcomes for youthAbout SEER:The Symposium on Experiential Education Research (SEER) provides an outlet and venue for researchers in the field of experiential education to present, share, dialogue, and further develop their research ideas each year at the AEE International Conference.The first SEER took place at AEE's 2001 International Conference in Charleston, West Virginia. Fittingly, it was Dr. Alan Ewert of Indiana University who conceived of and led the effort to establish that first SEER. A widely published researcher and author in the field of adventure-based education, Dr. Ewert is also known for his distinguished career in academia, three decades as an Outward Bound instructor, as holder of the Patricia and Joel Meier Outdoor Leadership Chair, past editor of the Journal of Experiential Education, and as fellow and past president of the prestigious Academy of Leisure Sciences. In providing the leadership to launch SEER, Dr. Ewert was giving back to the field that he has helped develop throughout his academic and professional career. The symposium occurs concurrently with the International AEE Conference each year and involves the presentation of research papers from leading international scholars in the field of experiential education. Read abstracts from past years
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