HRTM 110 Optional Areas for Teach-in Content

HRTM 110 Optional Areas for Teach-in Content - HRTM 110:...

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HRTM 110: IDEAS FOR TEACH-IN CONTENT LIEESPAN DEVELOPMENT, RECREATION, AND PLAY 1. Play and exposure to nature 2. Play and emotional development 3. TV and technology in early childhood 4. Recreation for young children with physical and/or cognitive disabilities 5. Structured versus unstructured play for young children Middle Childhood – (Ages 7-12) 1. Play and childhood cognitive/physical development 2. The role of recess in middle childhood 3. Play and exposure to nature 4. Recreation and moral development in middle childhood 5. The role of play in the development of creativity 6. Competitive sports and self-image/self-esteem 7. The role of after-school programs for those in middle childhood 1. Adolescent body image and recreation choices 2. Technology and leisure time among adolescents 3. Play and nature/ecology 4. Drugs and alcohol as leisure pursuits 5. The role of after school teen programs
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