EVE659 Iconic Events - Assessment 1: Annotated Bibliography Name: Adrienne Novira Herman Student ID: 20019543 Article 1 Thomson, A., Schlenker, K., & Schulenkorf, N. (2013). Conceptualising sport event legacy. Event Management, 17, 111-122.
The Australian constitution are written sets of rules that the country is controlled by. The Commonwealth of Australia was established on the first of January in 1901. It is a document which creates how the system of the parliament works and who has the right to make laws. The federal and state Parliaments have the power to construct laws that allow Australian citizens with their freedom of speech. The constitution is a necessary part of the nation as it represents the progress of the colonies turning into states.
Also, creates the Senate and the House of Representatives. Article ll, makes the executive branch which has the responsibility and authority for the administration. The executive branch is the President and executive officers. Article lll, makes the judicial branch which is the court system to interpret the laws. The judicial branch is the Supreme Court and the lower courts made by Congress.
Golden Valley Academy "Together, we can make a difference." Our Mission: Golden Valley Academy is dedicated to inspire young teens to learn. We are aiming to help develop one child 's sets of skills, knowledge and attitude to help them expand their potential. To help them contribute in the making of this new generation, our rapidly changing society--thus, making a better world.
Celebration of culture for Indigenous Australians is imperative as a tool for defining and conserving their identity. By actively participating in traditional Indigenous culture in the form of games, students from diverse backgrounds can form an awareness and respect for Indigenous culture. The “Puldjungi” ball game instruction sheet could be used as an activity for a physical education lesson for grade five students in Victoria (Australian Sports Commission, 2008). The Puldjungi game would provide students with an example of a game which was played by young Indigenous Australians in Victoria. By partaking in the Puldjungi game, students will learn about an aspect of Indigenous Australian culture in Victoria in a fun and practical way.
It is a win to win situation. Successful school interventions and strategy improve student outcomes for the quality of the culture.(Helme, Lamb,& Australian Institute Health and Welfare, 2011). Vision Lamar CISD vision with the collaboration of the administrators, teachers, and parents would be to ensure inclusion students and ELL students reach a proficiency and potential of the skill set.
One of the two educational goals outlined in the Melbourne Declaration (2008) is that “All young Australians are to become... Active and informed citizens.” With this in mind, this unit of work is designed to foster student’s learning in the concept of introduced species. It will open students’ minds to some of the ideas and controversy surrounding introduced species today; what are some of the dangers, what went wrong in the past, how are we still feeling the effects now, how something in one country won’t necessarily work in another. The key outcome that this unit is based around is GE2-2 and it fits into the Stage Two curriculum under the content ‘The Earth’s Environment’.
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.
The second one is all young Australian become successful learner, confident and creative individuals and active and informed citizens. Along with the goals, there are also the principle and commitment to action in order to achieve the aimed goals. Each goal contains the set of the way to how to promote the young Australia schooling system. The Melbourne declaration is not only the policy document it also shaping the Australian curriculum to have the better schooling system compare to the other country schooling system and the new level of engagement of the stakeholder in the education system. Australian government assumes that children who participate in quality early childhood education are more willing to stay longer in their schooling life and continue future
John Fisher’s Athletic Department. They provide a platform for each student-athlete to compete and prosper through sports in physical and emotional development. In addition to assisting student-athletes, they must perform their arbitrary roles in recruiting, developing successful teams and staff, and create an efficient and advantageous collegiate athletic
Past, Present Future: Arizona Gymnastics organizational saga/isomorphism/politics Intro: STRUGGLING When establishing success of a athletic program it takes much more than meets the eye and many hours of hard work and dedication, Arizona Gymnastics is in a state of rebuilding who they are and can complete this task through organizational saga from learning how the program was established in the past, leading into current leadership politics of their organization, and finally using mimetic isomorphism for the future of Arizona GymCats. One name of many comes to mind when one thinks of the history and purpose of Arizona Gymnastics, and that name is Mary Roby.