IUB SPH-R 230 - R230 EXAM 1 (6 pages)

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Indiana University, Bloomington
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Sph-R 230 - Recreational Sports Programming
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R230 EXAM 1 STUDY GUIDE Rec sport spectrum and definitions examples of each area know the triangle thing 1 Instructional Sport o Base of the spectrum because learning about different sports is fundamental to all forms of participation o Not taught for credit as part of an educational curriculum o Lessons clinics and workshops with three levels of ability beginner intermediate and advanced o Can occur in a community military club and at a resort o Example Tennis lessons at YMCA 2 Informal Sport o Little to no structure and is completely self directed o No predetermined goals o Example Pickup basketball game at hyper 3 Intramural Sport o Sports contests tournaments leagues and other events where participation is limited o School business community military base and governed by written eligibility rules and regulations o Example Co ed volleyball through IU Rec Sports 4 Extramural Sport o Extension of intramural o Involves intramural champions from different agencies competing to determine an overall winner o Responsibility usually falls outside agency administration leaving operational responsibilities to parents sport enthusiast and sometime sponsors o Example Championship tournament for BIG 10 Co ed volleyball team season winners 5 Club Sport o Top of rec sport spectrum o Least participatory form of involvement o Participants seek structured contests where winning is important to everyone who participates o Example IU Club Soccer 6 Factor Analysis of Competencies 1 Governance o Implements all rules regulations disciplinary actions and guidelines 2 Sport Foundations o Applies research to sport practice o Demonstrates an understanding of human limitation in sport 3 Budgeting o Identifies sources of revenue and expenditures for the budget 4 Risk Management o Avoid litigation o Establish safety programs to prevent injuries and accidents o Routine inspections o Effective decision making 5 Computer Skills o Utilizes computer software operating system 6 Communication o Promotes harmony among personnel o Motivates staff o Maintains effective communication with staff Staffing and examples of each 1 Front line staff o Any individual who has direct contact with participants in a recreational setting o Represents the agency to its users o Examples officials lifeguards fitness instructors coaches etc 2 Program Staff o Bridge front line staff and management staff o Have more training education and experience than the front line staff o Jobs include marketing and PR purchasing and inventory taking staff recruitment training and supervision etc o Example Rec Sport Specialist 3 Management level staff o Responsible for steering the agency into a desired position by focusing on overall direction and management o This individual has seniority meaning that he or she will have worked in the field for five to ten years o Example Director of membership 4 Volunteers o Organize and supervise events serving as a board member performing office work duties coaching teams and instructing programs o Large number of volunteers nowadays because budgets have been slashed o Example Coach of rec soccer for IU who works for free and does it for personal enjoyment Difference between rec sport management and sport management o Management is a word that carries tremendous meaning in every individual s personal and processional lives It has varied interpretations o In recreational sport organizing involves tasks such as designating sport areas and space assignments creating flow charts that illustrate authority developing policies and procedures establishing timetables structuring program systems and defining staff problems o Rec sport sound leadership style properly written and presented job descriptions well designed training systems accurate delegation sound communication written performance standards and manuals of operational details Development impact that personnel can have on participants o Human development o Leadership o Involvement How does sport parallel society o Competition o Teamwork o Violence o Drugs o Winning and loosing o Threats o Values morals Role of competition in rec sport o The role of competition in rec sport creates and reflects intensity in the sport It is there to Definition of sport pg 7 o Sport is any activity experience or business enterprise focused on fitness recreation athletics or leisure Figure 2 1 on page 14 know components of each Pr of es si on al Athletic Ath leti c Intramural Recreational Physical Education Educational School Mode Modern View of Sport Clu b Sp ort Extramural Sport Intramural Sport Informal Sport Instructional Sport Recreational Sport Spectrum Ways to increase involvement how can we appeal to a wider audience in offering programs


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