Because developing rapport and establishing credibility are imperative for the success of an interpretive program
(Stern & Powell, 2013), physical touch may be a way to establish rapport and credibility and convey immediacy to park visitors.
Wildlife of the watershed, come and learn about the different varieties of wildlife that inhabit the forests and fields of the Wachusett Watershed.
Though she's chosen bits from Fosse and is planning a tango for an upcoming interpretive program
, she feels most comfortable with classicism.
The Carry the Kettle and Nekaneet First Nations have teamed up with two levels of government to bring apiece of the past and hope for the future to tourists in southwestern Saskatchewan this summer with a new interpretive program
about the Aboriginal people of the area.
Helens National Volcanic Monument, the crown jewel in the Forest Service's interpretive program
, is making news again.
This research study of interpretive programs
in Grand Teton National Park had two broad goals: (1) to examine interpretive program
characteristics of both facilitated and traditional programs and (2) to study attendee characteristics.
Wildlife of the watershed, come and learn about the varieties of wildlife that inhabit the forests and fields of the Wachusett Watershed.
We're developing an interpretive program
to engage visitors in experiencing each of our eight distinct eco-zones.
Coverage includes an historical overview of lines and circles as metaphors for how one views the world; what constitutes a program, and how programs and projects are interrelated; the traditional rational program planning, based on prescriptive approaches; interpretive program
planning, based on emergent approaches to problem-solving; an assessment of the costs and benefits of each approach, and determining when and how each works best; and the importance of context and the program planner's need to maintain sensitivity to culture and differences.
It turns out that in the bigger scheme of things, this is just the first course in the Forest Service's total interpretive program
Board a heated, high-speed catamaran and travel to amazing tidewater glaciers as you enjoy a National Park Service ranger-led interpretive program
about wildlife and history.