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Written by game masters John Byl, Herwig Baldauf, Pat Doyle, and Andy Raithby; this book is your ticket to promoting fun and active participation for all involved.
Leisure Services Management With Web Resources
Promotion communicates the value of the product - it is the mouthpiece of the product so to speak. With parks and recreation in particular, many products are actually services. When a tangible product is promoted, the product can be displayed in advertisements. However, a service does not have that luxury. Instead, a benefits approach should be taken to make a service seem more tangible.
Scuba Diving eBook-4th Edition
Know what you�re getting into and be prepared for scuba diving.
Team-Building Activities for the Digital Age
In order for growth activities to be successful, you as the facilitator should know your purpose, your audience, your environment, the needed equipment and supplies, and when to change plans to adapt to the participants.
Teaching Cross-Country Skiing
This lesson is primarily used to prepare students for the rest of the ski lessons. Students will be doing ski, boot, and pole fittings at stations set up around the gym.
Controversial Issues in Adventure Programming
At first glance, it appears that accreditation may be a no-brainer. Literature within the adventure programming industry suggests that the majority of outdoor professionals support the accreditation process (Bassin et al., 1992; Cockrell and Detzel, 1985; Gass, 1999).
Introduction to Recreation and Leisure Web Resource-2nd Edition
The challenge in learning more about this field as a personal pursuit, professional career, or a combination of both is to grasp the size and significance of the world known as parks, recreation, and leisure.
Inclusive Physical Activity 2nd Edition eBook
When designing physical activity experiences, practitioners make decisions on how best to organize the setting and the activity plans to promote all objectives being achieved.
Discovering Orienteering eBook
An attack point is the closest feature to the control that you know you can find and from which you can then find the harder-to-locate control.
Dog Park Design, Development, and Operation eBook
A community�s interest in a dog park may be initiated in several ways. It often takes the action of just a few residents, usually dog owners or dog lovers, who may write a letter to a city council, stop by the local parks and recreation department to talk, or show up at a municipal meeting to express their interest in a public setting.