This book delivers the messages of modesty, moderation and simplicity to offer a perspective upon which an intelligent philosophy of experiential education can be built.
A series of brief stories about a hypothetical teacher called the "Leader Who Is Hardly Known" are followed by essays discussing issues in experiential education brought to light through those stories. The text concludes by summarizing how the principles in the book form a solid foundation for a philosophy of experiential education.
Written for people who teach, train, and facilitate educational programs inside and outside the traditional classroom.
An ideal text for recreation, experiential education, and adventure programming courses.