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Geocaching for Schools and Communities PDF

Geocaching for Schools and Communities PDF

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    Table of Contents

    Part I: All About Geocaching

    Chapter 1. Introduction to Geocaching

    Chapter 2. High-Tech Geocaching

    Chapter 3. Low-Tech Geocaching

    Chapter 4. Basics of Caching

    Part II: Implementing Geocaching in Schools and Communities

    Chapter 5. Geocaching for Health-Related Fitness

    Chapter 6. Beginning Experiences With Geocaching

    Chapter 7. Advanced Experiences With Geocaching

    Chapter 8. Developing a Geocaching Program

    About the Author

    J. Kevin Taylor, PhD, is a professor in the kinesiology department at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in California. He has trained physical education teachers and taught outdoor education since 1994 and has made more than 50 professional presentations at national, state, and regional conferences. In his leisure time, he enjoys being with and playing with his family, playing soccer, and riding his bicycle.

    DuAnn E. Kremer, PhD, HFS, is an associate professor of exercise physiology at Lynchburg College in Virginia. One of her areas of interest is in motivating people to increase their physical activity. She is a member of AAHPERD and ACSM and has made numerous national geocaching presentations. She is an experienced geocacher, with more than 300 finds, and she also enjoys kayaking, hiking, and mountain biking in her spare time.

    Katherine Pebworth, PhD, is an associate professor and department chair of physical education and kinesiology at Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) in Harrogate, Tennessee. She is a lifetime member of AAHPERD and has made numerous geocaching presentations at the state, district, and national levels. She enjoys hiking, geocaching, and watching sports at LMU.

    Peter Werner, PED, is distinguished professor emeritus at the University of South Carolina in Columbia. He has written three related books on interdisciplinary learning and edited the film series for the American Master Teacher Program. He is a lifetime member of AAHPERD and served as chair of the Editorial Review Board for Strategies in 2007-08 and as senior editor of Teaching Elementary Physical Education from 2000 to 2003. He has made numerous geocaching presentations at all levels, takes to the waters as a whitewater canoeist, and enjoys broom making and fly fishing.