For learning to happen through adventure, activities must be intentional. It is critical that activities be appropriate to both the constituency and the goals of your group.
Recreation, Event, and Tourism Businesses With Web Resources
Save money or increase profits for your RET business by instituting these green business practices.
Outdoor Site and Facility Management
Volunteers are a cherished resource for any organization. Volunteers can be your ace in the hole, enabling projects to be completed that might otherwise languish because of lack of funds or labor.
Managing Risk in Sport and Recreation
An organization’s attitudes toward safety will influence liability loss exposures. Everyone who is running a sport event or training session should be there first for the safety of the athletes and others.
In this game students share equipment and understand the responsibilities of decision making and problem solving. The group is challenged to complete tasks while working cooperatively.
Great Games for Big Activity Balls eBook
Everything you know about playing jacks holds true in Extreme Jacks.
Water Skiing and Wakeboarding eBook
The two types of balancing movements are counterbalancing and fore–aft balancing.
Winning Health Promotion Strategies
Learn how you can use these three settings, or channels, to implement wellness programs.
Principles of Sustainable Living With Web Resource
Biomimicry derives its name from two Greek words: bios, meaning life, and mimesis, meaning imitation. As such it is about human systems mimicking life’s systems, or more generally, nature. Biomimicry is a term that explains innovation inspired by nature where engineers, who understand mechanics and dynamic flow systems of industrial processes, link with biologists, who understand the mechanics and dynamic flow characteristics of living processes.
Outdoor Program Administration
The basis for a quality staff evaluation system rests on the evaluation criteria used to structure the process.