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Service Learning for Health, Physical Education, and Recreation
Determining whether a potential service-learning opportunity is a good fit for your class can be complicated. There�s more to finding a good service-learning project than just locating an agency that needs volunteers. A poor project fit can result in a neutral effect or a negative effect.
Career Development in Recreation, Parks, and Tourism
For a proactive job seeker, seeking to advance your career goes without saying.
Inclusive Recreation With Web Resource
Spotlight on Inclusive Recreation Programs sidebars highlight best practices from various countries. Professionals in Action sidebars introduce professionals who have contributed to inclusive practices.
Outdoor Survival Guide eBook
An illustrated description of how to start a fire using very basic tools.
Team-Building Activities for the Digital Age
If a team is to function and grow effectively, its members must be able to communicate clearly and sometimes quickly. Certainly, text messages are quick and convenient, and the activities presented here help users understand and meet the challenges that text messaging creates.
All-mountain skiing requires both good technique and the ability to access diverse strategies for meeting the challenges of varied landscape.
The Park and Recreation Professional's Handbook With Online Resource
There are a number of evaluation models that an agency may use. The purpose of the evaluation should be of utmost consideration when choosing how to conduct an evaluation.
StarGuard With Web Resource-4th Edition
A person in distress is still on the surface of the water but is struggling to stay afloat.
Controversial Issues in Adventure Programming
For the past 40 years, prominent international organizations such as Outward Bound (OB), the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS), and countless adaptations of them have used these unaccompanied activities.
Build It So They Can Play
These are tools for students with multiple intellectual and physical disabilities. Students with emerging skills work on balance and coordination with a choice of modified ropes to ensure success.