Planning programs in recreation
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Planning programs in recreation by Ruth V. Russell

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Published by Mosby in St. Louis .
Written in English


  • Recreation -- Planning.

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StatementRuth V. Russell.
LC ClassificationsGV181.43 .R87 1982
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 352 p. :
Number of Pages352
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4268075M
ISBN 100801642310
LC Control Number81014098

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world such as taking pictures of nature. Play and recreation becomes participatory and fun and purposeful. Technology can connect people of all ages. Consider partnering with private business to design and implement a program. Plan a program to ‘see the world with new eyes’ using photography, art or music as the basis for engaging in nature. Recreation program planning --Organizing for planning --Step 1: specifying the problem or area of need --Step 2: Identifying program objectives --Step 3: Generating program solutions --Step 4: Selecting the program design --Step 5: Implementing the program design --Step 6: Evaluating the program. Community recreation planning is a process of learning and decision-making. To be relevant to the unique culture of each community, the process must engage the people who live there. Community recreation planning takes time because it is based on relationships, trust and honesty. PROGRAM PLANNING Introduction. This section will encourage you to begin thinking about program planning and what value it has for both yourself and the programs that you will be working. Be mindful of your comfort and skill level in leading recreation activities. The amount of program planning that you.