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Administration of Physical Education, Sport, and Leisure Programs

Administration of Physical Education, Sport, and Leisure Programs - 6th edition

ISBN13: 978-0205186464

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Published: 1996
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Administration of Physical Education, Sport, and Leisure Programs - 6TH 96 edition

ISBN13: 978-0205186464

Kenneth G. Tillman

ISBN13: 978-0205186464
ISBN10: 0205186467
Cover type:
Edition/Copyright: 6TH 96
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Inc.

Published: 1996
International: No
Summary

The Voltmer/Esslinger/McCue/Tillman text is a classic in the field of Organization and Administration in Physical Education. With the long-awaited revision of this highly respected text, you will find the most up-to-date and comprehensive coverage available. Offering depth and breadth of coverage in a concise and highly readable presentation, the sixth edition has been extensively revised to reflect the many changes taking place in the physical education profession as well as the diverse career options for students of physical education.

The blend of sound, up-to-date theory with strong practical components sets this text apart from all the rest. The extensive coverage of teaching and non-teaching careers prepares students for management positions in health education, sports and leisure programs.

Features:

  • Offers the most comprehensive coverage available.
  • Presents a "student friendly," readable style. Students can easily move from topic to topic and comprehend the material.
  • Provides "Simulation and Performance Tasks" at the end of each chapter, allowing students to play an active role in the learning process. Provides for great flexibility in ways material can be presented.

New To This Edition:

  • A new organization enhances flexible coverage and allows an instructor to cover the specific programs most relevant for their course.
  • Covers Sport, Health Promotion and Leisure programs, preparing students for non-teaching management positions.
  • Each chapter has been extensively revised and updated and contains the latest Physical Education requirements for all fifty states.

Table of Contents

Preface.
Introduction.
Dedication.

I. ADMINISTRATIVE AND MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS.

1. Fundamentals and Importance of Administration.

Administration or Management?
Importance of Administration.
Justification for Studying Administration.
The Task of Administration.
Essential Skills of Administration.

Communication Skill
Technical Skill
Conceptual Skill
Interpersonal Skill

Key Administrative Concepts.

Authority
Power
Delegation
Responsibility
Accountability

Comparison of Administrative and Non-Administrative Positions.
Duties of Administrators in the Physical Education, Health Education, Leisure and Sports Fields.
Class Activities.

Simulation 1
Simulation 2
Performance Tasks

References.

2. Application of Administrative Theory.

Leadership.
Characteristics of an Administrator.

Importance of a Philosophy
Sources of Philosophy
Philosophy of Life
Philosophy of Education
Philosophy of the Profession

Carry Out Responsibilities.

Planning
Organizing
Staffing
Directing
Budgeting

The Organizational Environment.

Coordinating
Reporting
Internal Environment
External Environment
Technology
Political Considerations
Work Force
Administrator

Structure of the Organization.

Formal and Informal Structure
Organizational Chart
Line, Staff and Functional Relationships
Line Positions
Staff Positions
Functional Authority
Types of Administration
Title IX
Public Law 94-142 - The Education for All Handicapped Children Act
Affirmative Action

Class Activities.

Simulation 1
Simulation 2
Simulation 3
Performance Tasks

References.

3. Administrator-Staff Dynamics.

The Human Element.
Understanding Human Nature.
Motivation.

The Organizational Climate
Motivational Theories
Other Variables Related to Motivation

Leadership Processes.
Communication.

Channels of Communication
Blockages
Flow of Information

Decision Making.

The Decision Making Process
Faculty Participation in Departmental Decision Making

Class Activities.

Simulation 1
Simulation 2
Simulation 3
Performance Tasks

References.

4. The Physical Education, Health Education, and Leisure Staff.

Significance of Staff.
Qualifications.

Personal Characteristics
Other Considerations

The Staffing Process.

Planning Needs
Recruitment of Applicants
Criteria and Sources of Information for Selection of Staff
The Interview
On the Job

Evaluation of Staff.
Criteria of an Effective Staff.
Class Activities.

Simulation 1
Simulation 2
Performance Tasks

References.

5. Office Management in the Computer Age.

Office Automation.
Office Management.
Office Unit Orientation.
Office Facilities.
Office Functions and Practices.

Answering and Placing Telephone Calls
Receiving Visitors
Answering Correspondence
Filing
Duplicating Materials
Keeping Appointments and Meeting Obligations
Providing Services to Staff Members

Office Management in a Small High School.
Office Management in a Medium Size High School.
Office Management in a Large Institution.
Centralization of Stenographic Services.
The Secretary.
Class Activities.

Simulation 1
Simulation 2
Performance Tasks

References.

II. MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES.

6. Public Relations.

Principles of Public Relations.

Human Relations vs. Publicity
Purposes of Public Relations
Responsibility for Public Relations

Planning and Organizing the Public Relations Program.

Multiple Publics
Communication Skills

Public Relations in Physical Education.

Purposes
Need and Importance
Principles
Key Publics
The Teacher's Role
Other Factors Affecting Student Attitudes toward Physical Education
Publicity Techniques and Media
Public Relations by National, District, and State Organizations

Public Relations in Interscholastic and Intercollegiate Athletics.

With Newspaper, Radio, and Television Personnel
With Alumni and Parents
With Other Faculty Members
Booster Clubs
With Opponents
Athletic Publicity
Coach's Role
Radio and Television

Public Relations in Health Promotion and Other Leisure Fields.

Principles
Purposes
Forms of Publicity
Marketing Strategy

Class Activities.

Simulation 1
Simulation 2
Performance Tasks

References.

7. Liability and Safety Considerations.

Administrative Responsibility for Safety.
Tort.
Negligence.

Duty
Breach of Duty
Causal Connection
Damage Issue

Defenses against Negligence.

Elements of Negligence not Proven
Assumption of Risk
Contributory Negligence
Last Clear Chance
Comparative Negligence
Governmental Immunity
Act of God

Save Harmless Legislation.

Liability Insurance

Risk Management.

Supervision
Instruction
Grounds, Facilities, and Equipment
First Aid and Medical Assistance
Transportation of Students

Permission Forms, Waivers, and Releases.

Permission Forms
Waivers and Releases

Class Activities.

Simulation 1
Simulation 2
Performance Tasks

References.

8. Facilities.

The Planning Process.

Inadequate Facilities
Flexibility
Essentials of Good Planning
Planning for a Building
Steps in Constructing a Building

Teaching Stations.
Indoor Physical Education Facilities.

Field House-Arena-Activity Center
The Main Gymnasium
Auxiliary Gymnasium
Wrestling room
Gymnastics Room
Dance Studio
Other Specialized Areas
Storage
Activity Area Locations in a Building
Room Dimensions
Traffic Control
Materials and Construction
Indoor Surface Materials
Walls
Ceiling
Doors
Lighting
Heating,
Cooling, and Ventilation
Plumbing
Locker Unit
Apparatus

Elementary School Gymnasium.
Swimming Pool.

Indoor versus Outdoor Pool
Preliminary Planning Considerations

Outdoor Activity Areas.

Site Selection
Activity Areas for Secondary Schools
Activity Areas for Elementary Schools
General Features

Innovative Facilities.
Renovation of Facilities.
Athletic Field and Court Layouts.
Class Activities.

Simulation 1
Simulation 2
Simulation 3
Performance Tasks

References.

9. Financial Management and Budgeting.

Importance of Financial Management.
Efficient Financial Management.

Computerization
The Budget and Financial Management
The Financial Statements and Financial Management
The Audit and Financial Management
Accounting Procedure
Expense Reports
Petty Cash Fund

The Budget.

Procedural Steps in Budget Construction
Administering the Budget
Categories of Budgets

The Physical Education Budget.

Source of Financial Support
Determining Physical Education Equipment Needs
A Practical Budget

The High School Athletic Budget.

Sources of Athletic Income
Procedure in Preparing the Athletic Budget
Special Procedures in Large Cities

The Control of Finances.

Handling School Funds
Interschool Financial Arrangements
Game Reports

The College and University Athletic Budget.

Sources of Athletic In come
The Control of Finances

The Leisure and Health Promotion Industry Budget.

Sources of Income
Steps in Preparing a Budget
Control of Finances

Class Activities.

Simulation 1
Simulation 2
Performance Tasks

References.

10. The Purchase, Care, and Security of Equipment.

Importance.
Provision of Equipment.

Physical Education
Intramurals
Interschool Athletics
Leisure and Fitness

Purchasing Equipment.

Ordering Equipment
Physical Education
Interschool Athletics
Leisure and Fitness

The Inventory.
Purchasing Policies.

Standardization of Equipment
Quality Merchandise
Buy Within Range of Ability to Pay
Early Ordering
The Best Interests of the School Should Guide Purchasing Decisions
Take Advantage of Legitimate Discounts
Bids and Specifications
Professional Relationships with Vendors
Official Equipment
Local Dealers

How to Buy.
Considerations in Selecting Equipment.
Purchasing Specific Items of Equipment.

Fabrics
Shoes
Jerseys
Inflated Balls
Specialized Equipment

National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment.
Care of Equipment.

Equipment Manager
Equipment room
Equipment room Management
Care of Specific Types of Equipment
Cleaning Uniforms
Repairing Uniforms
Laundry

Security of Equipment.
Class Activities.

Simulation 1
Simulation 2
Simulation 3
Performance Tasks

References.

11. Evaluation.

Evaluation Parameters.
Importance of Evaluation.
Aspects of Evaluation.
Criteria and Standards.
Purposes of Evaluation.
Continuous Evaluation.
Student Evaluation.

Grading Principles
Grading Classifications
Grading Plan that Should be Used

Staff Evaluation.
Self Evaluation.
Peer Evaluation.
Student Evaluation of Faculty.
Administrator Evaluation.

Criteria for Self Evaluation
Confidential Evaluation
Other Means of Evaluating and Administrator

Program Evaluation.
Class Activities.

Simulation 1
Simulation 2
Simulation 3
Simulation 4
Performance Tasks

References.

III. PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION.

12. School Physical Education Programs.

Physical Education Defined.
Physical Education Objectives Derived from Educational Objectives.
The Objectives of Physical Education.

The Physical Development Objective
The Social and Emotional Development Objective
The Intellectual Development Objective

The Physically Educated Person.
Physical Education, An Integral Part of Education.
Total Physical Education Program.
Present Day Instructional Programs.

Evidence of Inadequate Programs
Physical Fitness
School Programs to Promote Physical Fitness
Causes of Inadequate Programs

Curriculum Development.

Steps Involved in Curriculum Construction
Principles for Selection of Activities

Coeducational Classes.
Time Allotment.
The Elementary School Program.

Importance of Physical Education in the Elementary Schools
Time Allotment for Physical Education in Elementary Schools
Leadership for Physical Education in Elementary Schools
The Physical Education Program in the Primary Grades
The Physical Education Program in the Upper Elementary Grades

The Middle School Program.
The Junior High School Program.
The Senior High School Program.

The Physically Educated High School Graduate
The Block Program - Advanced Course Offerings

Modular Scheduling.
Substitutions for Physical Education.
Preparation of Curriculum Syllabi.
Physical Education for the Disabled Child.
The College/University Program.

Should Physical Education be Required?
Proficiency Requirement
The Program of Activities

Class Activities.

Simulation 1
Simulation 2
Simulation 3
Simulation 4
Performance Tasks

References.

13. Intramural Programs.

History of Intramural Programs.
Philosophy of Intramural Programs.
Organization of the Intramural Department.
Elementary School Intramural Programs.

The Intramural Director
Student Involvement in Administration
Finances
Units of Competition
Program of Activities
Time Periods
Other Considerations for Elementary School Intramurals

Secondary School Intramural Programs.

The Intramural Director
Intramural Councils
Student Managers
Team Managers
Intramural Finances
Units of Competition
The Program of Activities
Eligibility for Intramural Competition
Medical Examinations and Accident Insurance
Preliminary Training Periods
Time Periods
Officials
Protests and Forfeits
Intramural Publicity
Intramural Coaching
Intramural Awards
Intramural Statistics

College and University Intramural Programs.

The Intramural Director
Intramural Councils, Student Managers, and Team Managers
Intramural Finances
Units of Competition
The Program of Activities
Eligibility for Intramural Competition
Medical Examinations, Accident Insurance, and Preliminary Training Periods
Time Periods
Officials
Protests
Forfeits
Intramural Publicity
Intramural Awards
Intramural Statistics
Point Systems
Group Point Systems
Individual Point Systems

Characteristics of Intramural Programs.
Class Activities.

Simulation 1
Simulation 2
Simulation 3
Simulation 4
Performance Tasks

References.

14. Interschool Athletics.

Intercollegiate Athletics.
Interscholastic Athletics.
Athletics for Girls and Women.

Historical Perspective
Jurisdiction Over Girls' and Women's Athletics

Middle School and Junior High School Athletics.
The Relationship of Athletics to Physical Education.
Objectives of Athletics.
Control of Intercollegiate Athletics.

Control on the National Level
Regional Control of Intercollegiate Athletics
Local Control of Intercollegiate Athletics

Control of Interscholastic Athletics.

Control on the National Level
Control of Interscholastic Athletics by State High School Associations
Local Control of Interscholastic Athletics

Medical Supervision of Athletics.

Protecting the Health of Athletes

Eligibility Requirements.

Importance of Eligibility Requirements
The Amateur Rule
College and University Eligibility
Regulations
High School Eligibility Regulations

Awards.
The Athletic Director.

Responsibilities of the Athletic Director

Problems of Intercollegiate Athletics.

Education vs. Entertainment
Television
Financial Problems
Academic Performance
Player Conduct
Professional Leagues
Recruiting Issues
Scholarships
Equality in Women's Athletics
Making Athletes Part of the Student Body
Media Influence
Athletic Equipment Companies and Athletic Product Companies
Alumni Groups and Booster Clubs
Drug Abuse

Problems of Interscholastic Athletics.

Championships and Tournaments
The Coaching Shortage
Player and Crowd Control
Cost of Athletic Programs
Liability
Pay to Play
Reducing Overemphasis
Public Pressures
Specialization

Desirable Trends in Athletics.

Efforts of Athletic Associations and Conferences
Coaching Certification Programs
Athletic Trainers
Expansion of Athletic Programs
Girls' and Women's Athletic Programs
Nutrition and Training Procedures
Coaching
Salaries of Coaches

Class Activities.

Simulation 1
Simulation 2
Simulation 3
Simulation 4
Performance Tasks

References.

15. Student Leaders in Physical Education, Intramural, and Athletics.

Educational Values.

Leadership Development
Student Opportunities through Leadership Programs

Benefits to Professional Staffs.
Student Leaders in Physical Education.

Leaders' Club
Other Leadership Opportunities

Student Leaders in Intramurals.

Secondary Schools
Colleges and Universities

Student Leaders in Varsity Athletics.
Class Activities.

Simulation 1
Simulation 2
Performance Tasks

16. School Health Education Programs.

State of Health Education in Our Schools.
Specialists in Health Education.
The Health Educator.
Healthy People - The Goal.

Healthy People 2000

Organization of the School Health Program.

The School Health Program Administrator
Other Personnel

The Comprehensive School Health Program.
School Health Instruction.

Importance of Health Instruction
Time Allotment
Basic Principles of Health Instruction
Scope of the Health Instruction Program
The Conceptual Approach
Sensitive Subjects
Methods of Teaching Health

Healthful School Living.

Meaning
Wholesome School Environment
The Organization of a Healthful School Day
Teacher-Pupil Relationships
The Teacher's Health

School Health Services.

Nature and Scope of Health Services
Health Appraisal
The Follow-up Program
Communicable Disease Control
Emergency Care Procedures
Excuses

Physical Education.
Student Assistance and Counseling.
Nutrition and Food Services.
Staff Wellness.
Joining of School, Community, and Family Resources for Health.
Administrative Practices for the School Health Program.
Class Activities.

Simulation 1
Simulation 2
Simulation 3
Simulation 4
Performance Tasks

References.

17. Leisure and Health Promotion Programs.

Non-Teaching Careers in Physical Education.

Career Opportunities

Fitness Industry.

Health Promotion
Health and Fitness Clubs
Corporate Fitness
Management
Health Fitness Instructors

Sport Medicine.

Athletic Training
Physical Therapy
Exercise Specialist/Exercise Physiologist
Exercise Rehabilitation

Recreation.

Community
Industrial
Commercial
Institutional
College and University
Programs Targeted for Select Groups
Public School and Community Cooperation

Special Programs.

Outdoor Education
Orienteering
Outward Bound
Adventure Education

Dance.
Sport.

Sport Management
Sport Marketing and Promotion
Sport Journalists
Sport Facility Management
Sport Organizations
Sport Clubs and Camps
Sport Equipment
Coaching
Officiating

Summary.
Class Activities.

Simulation 1
Simulation 2
Simulation 3
Simulation 4
Performance Tasks

References.

Appendix A. Methods of Organizing Competition.
Appendix B. Athletic Field and Court Layouts.
Appendix C. Curriculum Guidelines.

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