Ch 4 - Coping skills, personal strengths, resources, and...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 3/30/11 Outcome-Based Programming Chapter 4
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3/30/11 Outcome-Based Programming Create programs that are beneficial to  participants and society at large Based on Inputs, Activities, Outputs, and  Outcomes Benefits-Based Programming (BBP)
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3/30/11 Repositioning What are current perceptions of the field of parks  and recreation? Nonessential government service? http://athleticbusiness.com/editors/blog/default.aspx?id=362 Positive agent of change? What  are  the benefits of recreation programs?
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3/30/11 Benefits-Based Awareness  NRPA campaign Ex/  http://www.ci.salisbury.nc.us/pkrec/Benefits.htm
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3/30/11 Benefits-Based Programming Programmer’s efforts are based on producing  identified benefits for participants. Which populations can benefit? ***Providing resiliency
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Unformatted text preview: Coping skills, personal strengths, resources, and self-image 3/30/11 BBP Model (p. 59) 1) Issues and Target Goals 2) Activity Components 3) Benefit Outcomes Evaluation 4) Benefits-Based Awareness 3/30/11 Benefits-Based Awareness Communicate the significance of the program Staff, participants, and board members The agencys partners Public and local stakeholders Local government officials and community leaders Public 3/30/11 Next Week Read Textbook Ch 6, 7 Read Blackboard post- Leadership Needs/Assessment Assignment DUE! Begin work on Program Proposal Find a community event for your Long Evaluation Start looking for volunteer opportunities...
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2011 for the course RMYL 320 taught by Professor Mcgovern during the Spring '11 term at BYU.

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