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Leadership of Leisure StudiesCurrent Copy of the RECR 211 Syllabus
Course Description: This course will provide students with the foundations of recreation leadership and group interaction. The course will cover theories, techniques, styles, and communication. Experiential activities will allow a better understanding of the concepts of leadership and group dynamics in a recreation setting
Professional Standards addressed in RECR 211: COAPRT (NRPA)
7.02: (Management/ Administration) Students graduating from the program shall be able to demonstrate entry-level knowledge about management/administration in parks, recreation, tourism and/or related professions.
Description of Leadership of Staff
Training assignment (see syllabus)
Result of Learning Outcome (assessment data) for Staff Training
7.02:04 CPI REVISIONS (June, 2014)
Due to past results and recommendations, it was determined that RECR 211 "leading of staff training" was not an adequate measure of management/administration. Therefore, this assignment will not be used in the Revised Assessment Plan as a measure of Learning.
It was also determined that RECR 211 discussion on inclusion and diversity could be used as a measure of 7.02. Specifically, questions from RECR 211 exam could be used to measure learning as it pertains to diversity and inclusions.
RECR 211 Questions, Rubric, and Results (See Assessment Plan)
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