Assistant Instructor - Principle Instructor, Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation - Teaching
An exploration of the principles and concepts that underlie movement of individuals and groups in a variety of settings. Through examination of and experience in a wide range of physical activities and their contexts, the focus of the course is on the development of a conceptual understanding of movement. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of PAC 101 or KIN 294 or PEDS 294.
This course involves an examination of the planning process with a particular focus on programming for recreation, sport and tourism. Consideration will be given to program planning for leisure in the context of the not-for-profit, commercial and public sectors. Prerequisite: RLS 100.