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April 23, 2012

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Rob Houghton

It's an interesting idea this seeing things from another perspective. Good children's education should do exactly that as well; we in Outdoor Education are constantly getting our students to look at things from a different angle, often dangling from a rope or in a kayak. I also believe in the instructive power of failure to give us a new idea of where the limits of our abilities lie.

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