The CPSC announced that softer-than-standard baseballs, safety-release bases, and batting helmets
with face guards could significantly reduce the number and severity baseball-related
injuries to children each year.
Group Dynamics in Recreation and Leisure
As individuals, people make hundreds of decisions every day. While working with groups, the number of decisions people make expands exponentially. Both the individual members in the group and the group as a whole are making decisions. Even a seemingly straightforward decision follows a general six-step process.
Teaching Adventure Education Theory
Understanding how and when to share leadership roles is an important leadership skill. Through this lesson students can learn about the responsible, effective, and psychological functions of a leader and learn more about doing all three jobs as a leader as well as sharing the jobs appropriately.
Scuba Diving eBook-4th Edition
Have an objective and a destination to fully experience scuba diving.
Therapeutic Recreation Leadership and Programming eBook
With adherence to a consistent format, the group members will know what is to take place at each session.
Winning Health Promotion Strategies eBook
Learn how you can use these three settings, or channels, to implement wellness programs.
Physical Activities In the Wheelchair and Out
Personalizing participation involves using the tools of space, equipment, and skill in unique ways that meet the abilities of each person.
Principles of Sustainable Living eBook With Web Resource
Most modern environmental issues are frequently driven and fueled by emotional rhetoric. Environmental science and the integration of sustainability principles is based on science and is rational, yet relies on a transdisciplinary base since it involves natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, and arts to comprehend the big picture.
Outdoor Program Administration
The road to becoming an effective outdoor program administrator is challenging. With responsibilities ranging from paddling a class III river in a dry top to donning a tie for a meeting with upper management, the position of outdoor program administrator is arguably one of the most complex positions in the recreation industry.
Athletic Director's Desk Reference eBook With Web Resource
Policies should clearly define the responsibilities of staff members and higher administration officials (registrar, director of admissions, and so on) in the determination of eligibility, the submission of supporting data, and the completion and submission of required compliance reports.