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outward bound

[′au̇t·wərd ′bau̇nd]
(navigation)
Heading for the open sea.
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Like the urban Outward Bound program, providing students with this tool to use at home and at school anytime they're ready is the seed in middle school that faculty know will grow into a kind of independence they feel charged with providing for WA students.
Each Outward Bound program emphasizes personal growth through experience and challenge and facilitates self-reliance, responsibility, teamwork, confidence, compassion, and environmental and community stewardship.
For 45 years, Outward Bound programs have changed people's lives and instilled a sense of courage, confidence, compassion, and service.
The project was so successful that it has led to an Outward Bound program in Israel modeled after the one in North Carolina.
A legendary mountain climber and environmentalist, he also helped to establish the first American Outward Bound Program and founded the Wildlife Education Association.
He also led brand and marketing seminars with executives from IBM and GE, has had several articles published, and has been an instructor with the North Carolina Outward Bound Program, teaching team-building programs to business executives.
Each Outward Bound program emphasizes personal growth through experience and challenge, and facilitates self-reliance, responsibility, teamwork, confidence, compassion, and environmental and community stewardship.
Outward Bound operates five schools (Hurricane Island, Colorado, North Carolina, Pacific Crest and Voyager), two urban centers (New York City and Thompson Island/Boston) and the recently launched Expeditionary Learning Outward Bound program, a revolutionary model for whole school reform that is dramatically improving the quality of education in 102 public schools in 29 states, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia.
Outward Bound Program (DCOB), which was created to help inner-city youths develop the skills they need to overcome obstacles and succeed in life.
Most of the school teachers and headmasters were trained in Great Britain and exposed to the British Scouting Movement and to Outward Bound programs.