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What is the Australian Guide Program?
The Australian Guide Program is a non-formal educational program based on shared leadership and decision-making at all ages.
There are four main elements in the Australian Guide Program: physical, people, practical, and self. The program includes a variety of fun activities that focus on self-development in the areas of practical skills, physical development and relationships with people, appropriate to age and interests.
Guides of all ages are involved in decision-making, planning, implementing and evaluating their activities. Guiding is about being part of a team. Leadership development begins with the youngest Guides and develops as the girls mature.
The program is based around the seven fundamental concepts of Baden-Powell’s philosophy: Promise and Law, Outdoors, World Guiding, Guiding Traditions, Patrol System, Leadership Skills and Service.
The process used in the Australian Guide Program is: Discover, Decide, Plan, Do and Check.
Resources Based on the Seven Fundementals of Guiding
Girl Guides NSW & ACT Inclusion Support Resource website -http://specialneedsgirlguides.org.au/specialneedsgirlguides.org.au/webmaster/Special%20Needs%20Website/index.htm
Developing Child (Harvard) - Developing skills through activities and games (specific age groups)
Free Being Me - via Girl Guides NSW & ACT website
Playmeo - via Girl Guides NSW & ACT website (Members need to login to access this page)
UK Leaders' support & resources – www.guiders.co.uk
Becky’s Guiding Resource Centre – http://dragon.sleepdeprived.ca
The Guide Zone – http://guidezone.e-guiding.com
Scoutorama – www.scoutorama.com
Guiding Works - www.guidingworks.com
Gecko to Guide Leader - http://geckotheguideleader.weebly.com/
Outdoor Activities for Kids - http://www.aaastateofplay.com/beyond-the-playground-outdoor-activities-for-kids/