Health, Physical Education and Recreation | GPS and Trail Map Development
R110 | 11514 | David Calvin


CLASS TIME:	April 16 & 23, 6:00-10:00pm in IMU Redbud Tree Suite
	(Attendance at classroom is required to attend travel dates)
TRAVEL DATES:         April 25-27
INSTRUCTOR:	David Calvin
LOCATION:	Hoosier National Forest, IN
DESCRIPTION:	Orienteering is a sport in which the competitor is
given a topographic map of a forest marked with a course consisting
of a series of checkpoints to be visited. Orienteering maps are
specially prepared topographic maps showing the terrain and details
encountered in the forest. Students will learn map reading and
compass skills practicing their skills on an orienteering course.
BOOKS:	Staying Found, by Fleming.
ASSIGNMENTS:	Readings
EVALUATION:	30% skill demonstration, 30% expedition behavior,
30% written examination, 10% self assessment
ADDITIONAL FEE:	The additional fee for the class is $160, which
includes transportation, maps, compass and group gear.