HPE 176 - Recreation and Group Activities
3 Lecture Hours
This course studies, through lectures and practical experience, methods of work with groups of various sizes in goal-oriented and/or leisure time activities. Various aspects of recreation are also discussed.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:
- Identify and employ methods of collaboration in order to achieve a common goal.
- Identify examples of various types of recreational programs.
- Identify and employ methods of directing or participating in group activities.
- Apply proper management skills.
- Semester-long group project
- Techniques and methods for group and recreational activities
- History and importance of recreation in our society
- ERODE (Erratic discipline, Rejections, Over protection, Emotional Deprivation and Exploitation)
Required text, as approved by instructor.
Approved By: Sutin, Stewart Date Approved: 04/13/2007
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