Administration and Management of Physical Education and Athletic Programs
"This text continues to be the foremost guide for effective planning, organizing, and managing every facet of programs in physical education and athletics. The Fourth Edition features an abundance of up-to-date information for the twenty-first century administrator on such topics as: curriculum standards and trends; state-of-the-art building security; legal liability and risk management; facilities planning and construction; Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action, and Title IX legislation; and management/leadership styles and theories." "The authors stress the importance of determining one's own personal management philosophy. They emphasize the increasing importance of computers and other technology in program planning and evaluation, budgeting, scheduling, public relations, office management, intramurals, and other applications. The book provides expanded and updated treatments of human-resource management, policies and procedures, eligibility issues and drug testing, events planning, fitness testing, and instruction for disabled students." "Helpful Web sites appear at the end of each chapter to facilitate further research and study. The appendices provide a comprehensive list of professional organizations and periodicals, a detailed facility-planning checklist, physical education curriculum evaluation criteria, the AAHPER code of ethics, and the Society of State Directors of HPER position statements on extra-class programs and interscholastic athletics."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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achievement activities adapted physical education adequate air-support structures approach areas assessment Association athletics director athletics programs basic basketball behavior budget cheerleading classroom coaches competition contests contract cost curriculum dance decisions education program effective employees equipment evaluation example facilities faculty Figure fitness function funds goals grade guidelines high school important individual individualized education program injury instruction intramural involved issues leader leadership letics locker meet ment methods National NCAA needs objectives organization organizational parents participation performance person personnel physical education physical fitness planning play policies position problems procedures professional promote public relations public-relations recommended Recreation responsibilities risk Risk Management scheduling school districts skills specific Sport Managers staff standard structure supervision teachers tests tion Title IX tournament utilized Women's Sports Foundation Yonkers Public Schools