FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS DE LA ACTIVIDAD FÍSICA Y EL DEPORTE
Grado en Ciencias de la Actividad Física y del Deporte
The constitution of Leisure as a fundamental universal right makes it as a necessity subject to constant regulation and control. The social and economic impact of leisure as a vehicle for integration and economic empowerment requires knowledge of all the agents and stakeholders which determine this concept.
The numerous versions and possibilities of leisure make difficult the correct implementation of it. Therefore, it is required the training in the management leisure, recreation and active tourism due to the constant evolution of these concepts.
Thus, this subject aims to introduce the student into the most important aspects of the management and planning of leisure, recreation and active tourism, so that he/she is aware of the global vision of all the basic aspects required to carry out events of this nature.
The transversal competences are:
CT5: Ability to apply knowledge to practice: Ability to apply the acquired knowledge in the academic field in situations as similar as possible to the reality of the profession for which students are being training.
CT11: Planning and management of time: Ability to set targets and choose the means to achieve those objectives using time and resources effectively
CT14: Creativity and Innovation: Ability to propose and develop new, original and valuable solutions to the suggested problems, even in other areas than the problem itself.
CT16: Decision making: Ability to make a choice between alternatives or existing ways to effectively solve different situations or problems.
CT17: Teamwork: Ability to integrate and collaborate actively with other people, areas and / or organizations to achieve common objectives
The specific competencies are:
CE8: Capacity to design, plan, organize, execute and evaluate programs of sport and recreational activities whether a continuous and / or eventual nature, taking into account all those factors that condition their development in the different professional, social and economic contexts.
CE9: Ability to select and know how to use the material and sports equipment suitable for each sort of activity, identifying the technical characteristics of the different sports spaces.
CE10: Capacity to participate in the efficient management or direction of entities, both public and private, that develop services of physical activity in any of its spectra (recreation, health, sports, etc.), identifying, defining and systematizing the required processes for the achievement of their objectives.
Theme 2. Value of a recreational event
Theme 3. The role of physical activity in leisure
Theme 4. Design and planning of entertainment and recreational programs
The different formative activities will be developed according to the following methodological guidelines:
Debates and Colloquiums
Group activities (seminars, forums ...).
Designing of strategies, procedures and intervention plans.
Essays, texts comments and critical analysis of texts.
Searching for resources and selection of sources of information.
The evaluation will be of a continuous and formative nature, and it will be carried out as both individually and in groups, coherently with the nature of the training activities.
Observation of performance 20%. The daily progress made in the different activities proposed during the course will be evaluated. The students will present the progress and will be questioned by practical contents present in the same ones.
Participation in classroom activities 60%. During classroom sessions, students will develop workshops and practical activities related with each of the content taught in the subject.
In person tests of knowledge 20%. Objective test to assess the knowledge of the contents taught.
Specifically, the monitoring of the tasks will be done through activities with specific dates for delivery (jobs delivered out of date and form will not be evaluated). These activities will be complemented by a test of knowledge. It will be necessary to obtain at least 5 on average in the written works and reports, as well as in the knowledge tests to be able to surpass the subject.
In case of not exceeding the subject, specific guidelines will be marked to be able to overcome it in the extraordinary call, through a work or a test of knowledge.
- LANGUAGES IN WHICH IS TAUGHT: Spanish
Methodologies to be used throughout the course, reflected in the different activities that are carried out:
Learning based on the problem.
All informatics and documentary materials will be provided for the correct development of the subject. Most of them will be available in open format on Blackboard. The information needed to develop the activities will be:
- Descriptive sheets of each training activity.
- Templates and databases for practical research and innovation.
- Practical cases proposed to work the different training activities.- Items available for download in the University Library.