Sports Management and Curriculum Design in Physical Education

Sports Management and Curriculum Design in Physical Education

In a narrow sense, the sports management as an academic discipline covers areas of knowledge management that have emerged over the practice of managing sports organizations. Joint Committee of the Association for physical education and ...

Author: Dr. Dalwinder Singh

Publisher: Friends Publications (India)

ISBN: 9789390649631

Category: Education

Page: 200

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Sport management is an industrious field concerning the business aspects of sports and recreation. Some examples of sport managers include the front office system in professional sports, college sports managers, recreational sport managers, sports marketing, event management, facility management, sports economics, sport finance, and sports information. Bachelor's and master's degrees in sport management are offered by many colleges and universities. A number of classes outside of sport management may be relevant to the field, including; classes in management, marketing, business administration, and accounting. Internships may also open opportunities within the field. In America, jobs in sport management include working for professional programs like the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, and other professional or non-professional sport leagues in terms of marketing, health, and promotions. Curriculum - one of the four essential components of physical education - is the written, clearly articulated plan for how standards and education outcomes will be attained. School districts and schools should have a written physical education curriculum for grades K-12 that is sequential and comprehensive. It should be based on national and/or state standards and grade-level outcomes for physical education, and should include learning objectives for students as well as units and lessons for teachers to implement. The physical education curriculum should mirror other school district and school curricula in its design and schedule for periodic review/update. Overall, the physical education curriculum serves the purpose of standardizing the curriculum in a school district across schools and ensuring equitable education for all students. It also results in improved teacher quality and increased consistency in instruction.
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An Introduction to Sports Management and Curriculum Design in Physical Education

An Introduction to Sports Management and Curriculum Design in Physical Education

However, sports may not be a sufficient substitute for physical education programs in the schools. Physical education and sports, as it is conceived and conducted in a school, is a curriculum of varied experiences.

Author: Prof. Sakti Ranjan Mishra

Publisher: The Readers Paradise

ISBN:

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 250

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Physical education has traditionally been considered a professional field appropriate only for those interested in teaching careers. Expansion of physical education as a discipline and service profession and upgrading of its standard through extension of specialisations is the major contributor for professional growth. Sports management, Sports economics and curriculum design are considered as specialised subjects in physical education professional field and its knowledge content brought qualitative changes on profession and among professionals. An Introduction to sports management and curriculum design in physical education articulates certain themes which, might contribute to broadening and furthering discussion in the area of sports management, sports economics, competitive sports, public relation and curriculum design in physical education. The content of the book covers the course work for Master of Physical Education on the subject “Sports management and curriculum design in physical education”.
Categories: Sports & Recreation

Administration of Physical Education and Sport Programs

Administration of Physical Education and Sport Programs

Sport Management. Sport management is a relatively new field of study and research for which there are now degree programs on all levels similar to physical education, exercise science, health science, and leisure studies or recreation.

Author: Larry Horine

Publisher: Waveland Press

ISBN: 9781478609056

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 335

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This invaluable text presents the theory and practice of the administration of physical education and sport programs in an easy-to-read, easy-to-use format. With a strong background in history, Administration of Physical Education and Sport Programs, 5/E, addresses current topics and trends in management and administration while investigating the future of athletic administration. Special emphasis is placed on diversity, ethics, standards, conflict resolution, and transparency needs in all organizations. Each chapter begins with a case study and includes engaging end-of-chapter exercises. Critical thinking scenarios reinforce key terms and concepts. From the basics of management and administration to more topic-specific chapters discussing public relations, communications, law, and financial planning and budget restrictions, the text covers everything students need for administration courses.
Categories: Sports & Recreation

Management Competency for Physical Activity Education and Sport

Management Competency for Physical Activity Education and Sport

the need for an individual's relationship to developmental physical activity such as sport and fitness; yet, ... This should force the profession to ask itself: “What role should the sport management profession (e.g., NASSM) play in the ...

Author: Earle F. Zeigler

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781466981010

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 494

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The introduction of this combined text and laboratory workbook - with its "tear-out" sheets on which to complete specific "experiences" - is a "first" in the field! It can be employed either by itself or in connection with a standard text that has limited or no practical exercises included. If desirable, also, the instructor could amplify what is offered here by the addition of other "laboratory experiences" developed from the listing in Part I of well over 100 desirable experiences under the five broad categories included. A comprehensive analysis of management science literature indicated the need to introduce a step-by-step plan for management skill or competency attainment. In doing so, the authors built on Katz's (Harvard) tripartite categorization of skills and expanded it to five subdivisions so as to cover also the personal attributes needed by the prospective manager, as well as those "conjoined" skills gained through a "combinatorial process" that the individual is required to employ on the job. What Katz calls human skills, we now call interpersonal skills so as to distinguish this category from personal skills (No.1 below). These subdivisions or categories are, therefore, as follows: 1. Personal skills (or developing one's own individual competencies prior to concentrating of the managerial task) 2. Interpersonal skills (or acquiring the skills needed to influence people positively to work toward accomplishment of organizational objectives and goals) 3. Conceptual skills (or learning to formulate ideas and plans while on the job as a manager) 4. Technical skills (or acquiring the various skills and techniques needed to cope with the various organizational details and problems that arise) 5. Conjoined skills (or developing the various managerial skills in some combination or proportion to achieve both immediate and long-range objectives and goals) Granting that Katz's categories of human (interpersonal, as we call it), conceptual, and technical managerial skills, along with our additional subdivisions of so-called personal and conjoined skills, are not mutually exclusive, this plan enables the teacher and the students to move selectively from theory to practice within each of the five categories described. The method for working toward the achievement of the specific competencies or skills is (1) through the provision of statements describing the objectives of the modules used to develop the competencies, (2) to offer "knowledge statements introducing the trainee to the theoretic bases of the competencies and their roles and functions in the management process, and (3) by recommending selected laboratory exercises for achieving a degree of success (at least) based on involvement in a variety of problem-solving experiences. After the student comprehends the problem to be met or solved, a questioning process determines (1) what needs to be known, (2) where this information may be obtained, (3) how to organize the actual learning experience, (4) what the probable result will be, and (5) how to evaluate the level of competency attainment (where such is possible). The teaching and learning process employed by the instructor is designed, therefore, to include a variety of laboratory experiences. The tear-out sheets for each laboratory experience are to be completed and handed in as indicated by the course instructor. In addition to standard lecture and discussion techniques that we assume will be included by the instructor, other learning devices available can include use of the case method, role-playing, independent study, interaction with a personal computer, elementary theory formulation, response to questionnaires and self-testing devices, individual projects, small discussion groups, etc. When the instructor wishes, and there is class time available, he or she can introduce action or applied research, based independent investigation (e.g., survey, game theory), debates, internship experiences, panels, forums, and so forth. Basically, a fivefold learning process is recommended. This process employs three steps: (1) understanding of the objective of the learning experience module, (2) reading and comprehension of a "knowledge statement" or "lecturette" about the particular skill involved, and (3) skill learning through analysis and practice. Thus, the instructor can (1) assess initial student status, (2) introduce selected experiences to strengthen areas of possible weakness, and subsequently (3) evaluate competency attainment.
Categories: Sports & Recreation

Management of Sports and Physical Education

Management of Sports and Physical Education

keeps a sports team operational and profitable, such as the general care and upkeep of athletes and teams, marketing and event planning. Sports managers are generally employed by sportspersons or teams. Sport managers design and manage ...

Author: Maddox Howe

Publisher: Scientific e-Resources

ISBN: 9781839473708

Category:

Page: 344

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Sport management is the field of business dealing with sports and recreation. Some examples of sport managers include the front office system in professional sports, college sports managers, recreational sport managers, sports marketing, event management, facility management, sports economics, sport finance, and sports information. Today the facilities for sports and fitness programs resemble less and less the old gymnasiums and stadiums of the past. As competition increases among fitness centres and athletics and recreation programs, the quality of facilities must improve. Multiuse facilities, designed to accommodate a variety and non-profit organizations. The present book entitled Management of Sports and Physical Education is a marvellous effort by the author in the field of physical education and sports science, administration and management; it is especially intended for the students of various physical educational programs. Hopefully, the book will be useful for the students and teachers of physical education and sports, administrators, etc.
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Sports Management

Sports Management

A K Sharma, Sports Management: Alfa, 2008. 2. Abhay Kumar Srivastava, Abbreviation of Physical Education and Sports : B R International, 2002. 3. B N Gupta, Administration of Physical Education : Alfa Publication, 2008. 4.

Author: Dr. Goraksha Vitthalrao Pargaonkar

Publisher: Friends Publications (India)

ISBN: 9789388457873

Category: Education

Page: 126

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Sport management is the field of business dealing with sports and recreation. Some examples of sport managers include the front office system in professional sports, college sports managers, recreational sport managers, sports marketing, event management, facility management, sports economics, sport finance, and sports information. Bachelor's and master's degrees in sport management are offered by many colleges and universities.
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Contemporary Sport Management

Contemporary Sport Management

She is a research fellow in the North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM). ... at Bowling Green State University, where she earned her doctorate in higher education administration and MEd in human resource development.

Author: Paul Mark Pedersen

Publisher: Human Kinetics

ISBN: 9780736081672

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 461

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This book provides students with an overview of sport management by presenting extensive discussions of the foundational aspects of the profession and current topics from the field. Students will learn the relevance of sociological, cultural, historical, political, psychological, and legal concepts to the management of sport; the necessary professional skills and attitudes of sport managers; and ways in which the globalization of sport continues to affect sport management professions.--[book cover]
Categories: Sports & Recreation

Research Methods and Design in Sport Management

Research Methods and Design in Sport Management

International Journal of Applied Sports Science Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science What Are the Best Journals in Sport Management? □□ □□ 68 Table 6.2 (continued). International Journal of Coaching Science ...

Author: Damon P. S. Andrew

Publisher: Human Kinetics

ISBN: 9780736073851

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 290

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This text explains research design, implementation, analysis and assessment criteria with a focus on specific procedures unique to sport managament.
Categories: Business & Economics

Physical Education Textbook for ICSE Class 10

Physical Education  Textbook for ICSE Class 10

Tamil Nadu Physical Education and Sports University, Chennai offers an MBA in Sports Management. 17. Lakshmibai National University of Physical Education, Gwalior offers a Master's in Physical Education (Sports Management), ...

Author: Rupa Pandit

Publisher: Oswal Publishers

ISBN: 9789390278473

Category: Education

Page: 308

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Research on Physical Education and School Sport in Europe

Research on Physical Education and School Sport in Europe

Its mission is to educate and train professionals in physical education, sport, sport management, recreation, and rehabilitation. The faculty co-operates with local authorities and with various professional and international sport ...

Author: Roland Naul

Publisher: Meyer & Meyer

ISBN: 9783840313851

Category: Education

Page: 551

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This book is divided into three parts: Part A includes general items of development of PESS in Europe. Part B comprises 17 different country reviews all written by national experts. Part C documents comparative analyses of the country reviews about national school systems; development of compulsory PESS; aims and objectives of current PESS curricula; promotion of active learning with physical activity; extra-curricular settings at school and outside schools in collaboration with active communities; purpose, structure, aims, and objectives of PESS teacher training; current research and findings of PESS studies; and finally, recommendations for new EU-based PESS research studies.
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