This book provides solid foundational information to help you get started and a logical progression designed to help students learn the sport in familiar, easy terrain before moving them into more difficult environments. The exercises follow this same progression, but they do not have to be followed in sequence. Richly illustrated with maps, drawings, and photos, Teaching Orienteering is an excellent reference for physical education, outdoor education, and classroom teachers. 160 pages.
• Mid-hinged sighting mirror
• Tool free declination system with meridian lines
• Features: 2º resolution, Protective cover, Clinometer, Inch/mm scales, and Lanyard
• Made in the USA
• 2.2 oz. 2.9" x 3.9" x 0.8"