The first reason that I believe supports my claim is that kids gain a sense of healthy competition that can prepare them for life. This can be seen in the article “Pros and Cons of Sports Competition at the High School Level” where Grace Chen, an education researcher, writer, and educator, states that sports and competition, “...help teens develop an array of personal skills, including resilience, attitude control, time management, and long term thinking abilities” (Chen 6). This
Knowing, valuing and shaping one’s culture: A precursor to acknowledging accepting and respecting the culture of others. Multicultural Education, 14, 15-19. Clay, D. L. (2007). Culturally competent interventions in schools for children with physical health problems. Psychology in The Schools, 44(4), 389-396.
Athletes dreaming to improve their performance the easy way are often the first you see to start using substances; this places them at risk of the many consequences. The main problem is while PED’s can improve physical performance in the short-term, they can have serious side effects and long-term health consequences. Carla Mooney 's book Thinking Critically: Performance-Enhancing Drugs, written by Carla Mooney, she says “PED’s can trigger mood and behavioral disorders, increased aggression, and violent behavior known as “roid rage”.” These drugs can provide physical and mental health issues. Also, for “Both men and women
Sports can help build a healthier body, better citizenship, learn to enjoy the process, helping students success at a very high level, and learn to set a goal. In order to help students have more motivation and enjoy to go to school, sports should be a part of the curriculum in American High
One of the main arguments of the essay is the development of the youth culture in the US, and the factors responsible for this outcome. The article is effective in the delivery of the major arguments, as the ideas follow in a logical manner. The essay is a success and it reaches out to a rather wide target audience. Anyone that is familiar with the culture and values of the American society can enjoy the article. Epstein appeals to the emotions of the reader, through the provision of detailed information.
Specifically, travel sports can help kids get to a high level in athletics one day. Research explains how someone’s child could be playing at a very high level one day. If their kid plays for somewhere like Sweden or England, it can help them learn that country’s culture, which would have an influence on their kid. It will make them look at the fact that there is more to the world than just what they grew up with. There are not many programs that can say that (“3 Benefits of Enrolling Your Child in Travel Sports”).
“The continued academic successes speak to the type of student-athletes our coaches recruit and the expectations they create for them in and out of their competitions,” said Brock. “With support from Undergraduate Studies and the Athletics Department, our student-athletes continue to excel in the classroom and set the bar high for future Eagles.” Beth this one is related to the honors programs: http://www.fgcu.edu/honors/ Another example of how the curriculum is arrange to meet the needs of the students is the Honors Program In reading about the program I was drawn to the Pillars of Honors page http://www.fgcu.edu/Honors/pillars-honors.html. At the bottom of their webpage under “personal Transformation it is clearly stated that “The Honors Program’s curriculum and related activities are designed to offer students increased success, opportunities, and resources, so that they grow and develop throughout their entire university
The opportunity of self-expression ignited by the sport consumption and experience reported a more likely repeat of an appearance at the games. Theories used to carry out the research include symbolic interactionism theory, and symbolic consumption theory. This qualitative study included 121 questionnaires, made up of 62% male and 38% female ranging from the ages of 18-65 or older. Independent and dependent
According to physical therapy reviews one of the main things a PT is responsible for is to promote worker health and help manage musculoskeletal injuries as part of an occupational health team seeking to improve return to work outcomes (D. Daley &M. Miller, 2013). From that you can say another responsibility of the actual therapist is to determine what kind of therapy is needed to speed the recovery of their patient as much as possible. Another huge responsibility is making sure the patient completes the program he or she is assigned while being there and assuring the patient, as well as the family members that the program will pay off soon enough. Many people would lose hope if their therapist did not stay around for every step of the
Aparicio H. Mequi, former chairperson of the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC), and former director for the Bureau of Physical Education and School Sports (BPESS). The workshop of the different fitness tests was intended to update the program by bringing in new trends and researches to address the issues on test qualities and administration. The test administration is an essential component of the Physical Education and School Sports Program, in which elementary and secondary students to be subjected. The fitness tests are conducted by the schools at the beginning and at the end of each school
Focus and determine your athletic experience and decide if your athletic abilities are in alignment with your goals. You can consult your high school coach or your sports club or your athletic camp and accumulate as much of informed opinion to help you decide on your idea of competing at college level. These experienced coaches with their connections can provide you with valuable resources with regard to the athletic scholarship search. 4. Have a detailed understanding of the recruitment process.
Target group and stakeholders Stakeholder Interest / stake Importance Australian government To deliver participation and high performance results and improve their capability, sustainability and effectiveness Support the financial and the other assistance Staffs Focus on the objective and support the organization to achieve the goals Take care of the process and promote the activities Trainer To support the sport participate to improve their ability and skill Suggest and educate the sport participate how to improve their performance Sport participate To improve their ability for sport performance which can be anyone who are interested in or student in school Be a part of the organization and promote the organization for the others School and school teacher To encourage the student to be sport participate to improve their ability To support the student to attend this organization 4. Methods Goal 1: Increased participation in sport Goal 2: Increased international success Goal 3: Sustainable sport Goal 4: Enhanced ASC capability to lead, partner and
Byrd, R., & Hays, D. G. (2013). Evaluating a Safe Space Training for School Counselors and Trainees Using a Randomized Control Group Design. Professional School Counseling, 17(1), 20-31. Authors Rebekah Byrd and Danica G. Hays researched the benefits of training school counselors with Safe Space. The goal was to use this training to increase knowledge, awareness, and the skills counselors may need to work with LGBTQ youth and then attempt to quantify the program’s effectiveness.
The social justice tile pertains to the Sports/Athletics field of education. I selected to Sports/Athletics because to student-athletes, it tends to have a big influence on the student-athletes life. The positive effects that playing a sport as a student-athlete is that they get the opportunity to earn a scholarship, make great friends, and are less likely for the student-athlete to be negatively influenced. The negative effects would be time management skills, physical health, and mental health. In the picture to the right, I created a collage of college sports that are represented throughout the United States.
In my three activities I plan to help develop a 1 year old’s holistic development, which includes their social, physical, emotional, cognitive and linguistic development, but I will primarily be focusing on their physical development. Normative is defined as, “Establishing, relating to, or deriving from a standard or norm, especially of behaviour” (Oxford Dictionary) which means a child is tracked by when they meet milestones and if they meet them at a normal rate they have normative development. This relates to my activities as the information gathered from the observations of my activity could be used to judge whether or not the child is meeting their physical development milestones. Holistic development means the development of the child