Educator Perceptions of Risk-taking, Safety and Resilience in the Outdoors: A Rural Early Childhood Education and Care Case Study

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Educator Perceptions of Risk-taking, Safety and Resilience in the Outdoors: A Rural Early Childhood Education and Care Case Study. Full reference: Rouse, E. and Wishart, L. (2021). Educator perceptions of risk-taking, safety and resilience in the outdoors: a rural early […]

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