There are five phases in teaching junkyard sports:
Playing the demonstration game
Inventing a variation
Your participation as a coach differs from phase to
Foundations of Therapeutic Recreation
Success in politics for therapeutic recreation professionals hinges on the development of good relationships with local elected officials, state legislators, and members of Congress.
Outdoor Survival Guide
When treating fractures in a backcountry situation, gentle manipulation of the fracture is required.
Career Development in Recreation, Parks, and Tourism
Create a resume that communicates what you have to offer while also reflecting your unique characteristics.
Risk Management in Outdoor and Adventure Programs
Risk is an essential element in the conduct of any guided or adventure program.
Build It So They Can Play eBook
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.
50 Games for Going Green eBook
Find out how you can get recycling bins at your school and set up a recycling program.
Campus Recreational Sports
New technologies are created daily that affect the products being manufactured for both institutional and personal use in sports and fitness markets. As with recreation facility managers, the professionals who select, purchase, and incorporate equipment into programs and facilities need to be aware not only of the “latest and greatest” but also of what might be coming in the future.
Integrated Risk Management for Leisure Services
For a recreation leader or programmer, the question is how to transform either model into practice.
Introduction to Recreation and Leisure 2nd Edition eBook With Web Resource
The use of social media, online giving approaches, and other technological advances presents nonprofits with new ways to reach stakeholders, tell their stories, and engage citizens in their efforts.
Community-wide campaigns involve many community sectors and partnerships, are large in scale and require high-intensity efforts with sustained high visibility, and use communication techniques to develop the physical activity campaign messages.
We must improve our understanding of how Americans value the outdoors and the factors that explain participation in outdoor activities in our modern world. Current needs must be identified to help the federal government better establish its funding priorities.
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