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RECR 336:

Inclusive Recreation

Current Copy of the RECR 336 Syllabus

Course Description: This course is designed to explore and research the understanding of Inclusive Recreation and how to design and implement programs that provide inclusion for persons with disabilities.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Students in this course will be assessed on their ability to:
    • Identify specific recreation and sport needs for persons with disabilities.
    • Demonstrate the ability to develop outcome oriented goals for persons with disabilities.
    • Demonstrate the ability to identify and understand general functions of inclusive recreation services.
    • Demonstrate the ability to identify and define specific laws and legislation as they relate to inclusive recreation.
    • Demonstrate the ability to evaluate an inclusive recreation program in relationship to their written goals and objectives. 
    • Demonstrate the ability to develop an inclusive recreation activity or program.

Professional Standards addressed in RECR 336: COAPRT (NRPA)

7.02: (Service and Experience Opportunities) Students graduating from the program shall be able to demonstrate the ability to design, implement, and evaluate services that facilitate targeted human experiences and that embrace personal and cultural dimensions of diversity.

  • Direct Measure: RECR 336 (Inclusive Recreation Course): Inclusive Recreation Model:  Student proficiency in design, planning, & evaluation will be demonstrated through the development of an Inclusion Model.

Name of Assessment Scoring Guide Assessment/
Experience in Course
Program Learning Outcome Student Performance Criteria Standards Met
Inclusion  Learning Outcome - Direct Measure

Develop and present an Inclusive Recreation Model specific to persons with disabilities.

3 Students must perform at or above the "Accomplished" level in order to be considered "Proficient" in their understanding of general leisure/recreation concepts. COAPRT 7.2

LEAP (Shepherd University):
* Critical thinking
* Creative thinking
* Oral Communication
*Multiculturalism and Diversity

* Collaboration
Description of Inclusion Model
Rubric used to assess Inclusion Model
Rubric used to report assessment data (Outcomes) to SU
Results of learning outcome (assessment data) for Inclusion Plan

 

7.02:04 CPI REVISIONS (June, 2014):

Due to past results, recommendations, and revisions to the Assessment Plan it was determined that RECR 336 will now be used to measure the following two outcomes (2-direct & 1- direct measures) within Standard 7.02

 

REVISION A: Addition of Exam Questions to measure learning

Standard 7.02 - Program Outcome #3 (Direct): Use of RECR 336 Exam questions to measure student learning regarding concepts of inclusion and diversity.

RECR 336 Exam Questions (See Assessment Plan)

 

REVISION B: Addition of a Reflection Paper to measure learning

Standard 7.02 - Program Outcome #3 (Indirect): Use of Reflection Paper to measure a broader dimension of inclusion and diversity.

RECR 336 Reflection Assignment & Rubric

 

REVISION C: Redirection of Inclusion Model to measure outcome #4

Standard 7.02 - Program Outcome #4 (Direct): Use of the RECR 336 measure from the previous Assessment Plan for Program Outcome #4 rather than program Outcome #3. RECR 336: Inclusive Recreation Model:  Student proficiency in design, planning, & evaluation will be demonstrated through the development of an Inclusion Model.

Description of Inclusion Model & Rubric
Results of learning outcome (assessment data) for Inclusion Plan

 













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