This unit is an essential second-year unit that sets the framework for recreation professionals to gain the skills to organise and deliver recreation services.
|1.||Apply Program Development Cycle to contemporary recreation programs;|
|2.||Conduct a needs assessment for a range of given recreation programs;|
|3.||Implement and evaluate a recreation program; and|
|4.||Critically analyse the basic social and psychological concepts inherent in leisure programs and what people respond to.|
|Report||Report and presentation of recreation visit||20%|
|Project||Program activities - action plan||10%|
|Other||Program plan for recreation activity||30%|
|Test||Quiz - 2 progressive assessments (20% each)||40%|
Recreation programming: Designing and Staging Leisure Experiences, 7th ed,
Rossman, J R. & Schlatter, B. 2017
Sagamore: Champaign, Illinois.
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