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The Scout Method is the educational foundation of the Scout Program. It consists of 7 parts:
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The Scout Method is the educational foundation of the [[Scout]] Program. It consists of seven parts:
*The Scout Law and Promise
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*The Scout [[Scout Law| Law]] and [[Scout| Promise]]
 
*Learning by doing
 
*Learning by doing
*The Team System (or Patrol System)
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*The Team System (or [[Patrol]] System)
 
*A symbolic framework
 
*A symbolic framework
 
*Nature
 
*Nature
 
*Personal Progression
 
*Personal Progression
 
*Adult Support
 
*Adult Support
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[[Scouts Canada]] no longer emphasises the Scout Method and instead follows its Practices and Methods which are:
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*Commitment to the values in a Promise and Law
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*Learning by doing
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*Membership in small groups
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*Progressive and stimulating contemporary programs
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*Commitment to the values of doing one’s best, contributing to the community, respecting and caring for others, contributing as a family member
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*Relevant through youth and young adult engagement
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*Use of outdoor activities as a key learning resource.
  
 
For a definitive explanation of the Scout Method, see [[File:Scouting_An_Educational_System.pdf| The Scout Method]] (produced by the World Organization of the Scout Movement).
 
For a definitive explanation of the Scout Method, see [[File:Scouting_An_Educational_System.pdf| The Scout Method]] (produced by the World Organization of the Scout Movement).

Revision as of 22:27, 15 June 2011

The Scout Method is the educational foundation of the Scout Program. It consists of seven parts:

  • The Scout Law and Promise
  • Learning by doing
  • The Team System (or Patrol System)
  • A symbolic framework
  • Nature
  • Personal Progression
  • Adult Support

Scouts Canada no longer emphasises the Scout Method and instead follows its Practices and Methods which are:

  • Commitment to the values in a Promise and Law
  • Learning by doing
  • Membership in small groups
  • Progressive and stimulating contemporary programs
  • Commitment to the values of doing one’s best, contributing to the community, respecting and caring for others, contributing as a family member
  • Relevant through youth and young adult engagement
  • Use of outdoor activities as a key learning resource.

For a definitive explanation of the Scout Method, see File:Scouting An Educational System.pdf (produced by the World Organization of the Scout Movement).