In an ideal world, recreation programs would be continually and thoroughly evaluated. Yet, without a systematic plan for evaluation, you and your organization will be left with only the best of intentions.
Teaching Adventure Education Theory
The pattern of inquiry (POI), reflects John Dewey�s ideas on how people use an experience to gain knowledge about a topic or concept. The POI is a cyclical process, detailing the journey of learning instead of the ultimate destination.
Rock Climbing eBook
Fluid and confident movement and good technique are at the foundation of rock climbing. Although rope work, hardware, and anchor systems all prove critical in our ability to climb and explore, the deciding factor ultimately boils down to whether or not we have the skill and strength to execute the moves.
When undergoing your apprenticeship, make sure you have each stage right before advancing to the next; otherwise you can be overwhelmed.
Applied Research and Evaluation Methods in Recreation eBook
Scientific research involves a systematic process that focuses on being objective and gathering a multitude of information for analysis so that the researcher can come to a conclusion.
Dimensions of Leisure for Life eBook
The stressors in one�s life can be managed in three ways.
Ideally the hill you are on has a flat area at the bottom, and even better, a slight rise after that. This type of hill will allow you to come to a natural stop.
50 Games for Going Green
Healthy active living takes on a new meaning when we take a second look at items and find new ways to be active using old stuff.
Campus Recreational Sports
The profession of campus recreational sports was founded on principles that remain at its core today: professional development of practitioners, nurturing of student learning and development, and dedication to promoting lifelong learning and healthy lifestyles for students and other members of the university community. Successful prospective professionals demonstrate a commitment to and understanding of these core principles.
Athletic Director's Desk Reference With Web Resource
Athletic events present myriad revenue generation possibilities including event ticket sales (season, individual game, and special or postseason events), concessions, guarantees, and parking.