Administration of Physical Education, Sport, and Leisure Programs

ISBN-10: 0205186467

ISBN-13: 9780205186464

Edition: 6th 1996

Authors: Kenneth G. Tillman, Arthur A. Esslinger, Betty McCue, Edward F. Voltmer

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Book details

List price: $171.80
Edition: 6th
Copyright year: 1996
Publisher: Benjamin-Cummings Publishing Company
Publication date: 10/17/1995
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 512
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.892
Language: English

Administrative and Management Concepts
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
Application of Administrative Theory
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
Administrator-Staff Dynamics
The Human Element
Understanding Human Nature
The Organizational Climate • Motivational Theories • Other Variables Related to Motivation Leadership Processes
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
The Physical Education, Health Education, and Leisure Staff
Significance of Staff
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
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 Ta
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