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1 rubric CLASS ATTENDANCE AND PARTICIPATION       popup preview  
Regular attendance and active class participation are expected from all students in this class. This rubric will be used to assess your performance in this area.

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
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2 rubric Class Discussion and Participation Rubric       popup preview  
This rubric will be used to evaluate whole-group discussion It assesses how a student interacts with ideas and participates during the discussion.

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
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3 rubric Expedition Lesson       popup preview  

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
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4 rubric Research Paper       popup preview  

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
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5 rubric General Leadership Rubric       popup preview  
To be used twice during a semester and collected for the HPER Dept. Assessment plan.

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
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6 rubric How To Run a session       popup preview  
The students will write a How To paper over how to run a great experiential session

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
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7 rubric PEP 365 Outdoor Leadership Project       popup preview  

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8 rubric Cover Letter & job Postings       popup preview  
Cover letter must be suitable for submission to employers.

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
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9 rubric Significant Learning Reflection       popup preview  
Utilizing theories and practices we covered in the class prepare yourself for facilitating an experiential activities session from start to finish that outlines all the things that you need to think about and do to make sure that the experience is successful for both you and your participants. Additionally assimilate all the knowledge from class and provide an insight into what you learned and how you will use it in the future. This paper should be a reflection of the course and how prepared/knowledgeable you are as a facilitator. There is no length requirement, but I DO want a comprehensive paper that addresses course concepts and theories. This is your final exam.

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
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10 rubric Leadership Profile Paper       popup preview  
LEADERSHIP PROFILE PAPER Research a prominent leader on your own, bring two possible leader choices to class on January 26. You need to bring 2 copies to class each due date. Final to be submitted to BB. i) 1 page description of the person, role, leadership style Due: February 2nd ii) 1 page description and analysis of the leadership context, power Due: February 21 iii) 4 page synthesis of your understanding of how specific leadership theories and concepts relate to your leader. If you would like me to review a rough draft I need 2 weeks. Due: April 12 iv) Final Paper: minimum 6 pages of your text, plus a title sheet and bibliographic references cited page in APA 6th edition format. Due: April 24

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
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11 rubric Research Article Summary       popup preview  
Choose 2 full-length articles or read one of the three suggested that reviews research on the development of social skills in students with autism from a recent issue (last 8 years) of a scholarly journal.

Grade levels:   Grad  
tjmiller
12 rubric Leadership Theory Presentation       popup preview  
Working within a group of 3 you will be given a Leadership Theory from our texts. Your assignment is to present that theory to the class. You will need to teach the material in a fun and meaningful way (not just lecture & powerpoint). It is required that you include a class activity and a handout that focuses on learning the theory. You could assign the leadership instrument/questionnaire that goes along with every chapter to get the class thinking about your theory.

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
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13 rubric Leadership Movie/speaker Report       popup preview  
Students choose a speaker or movie from a choice presented by the instructor, and then writes a a report to develop the leadership theme presented.

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
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14 rubric Trends/Challenges Presentation PEP 262       popup preview  
Choose a viewpoint and select an trend and/or challenge. Present on the effects of this trend/challenge on outdoor recreation, receiving of benefits, users, user groups, the industry, and you as a recreation leader/professional.

Grade levels:   6-8   Undergrad   Grad  
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15 rubric Debate       popup preview  
General Debate Rubric to give an idea of debate requirements for those who have never debated.

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
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16 rubric Research APA Paper       popup preview  
Research the approved topic. Submit one 2-3 page typed paper, double spaced, 12 point font following APA guidelines. Include a bibliography citing at least 3 resources used researching the paper. Paper will be graded on quality of research to support the thesis, effective use of information gained through research, credibility of sources, content, grammar and mechanics, and bibliography.

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
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17 rubric Benefits of Outdoor Recreation Paper       popup preview  
Begin by defining recreation then outdoor recreation drawn from many sources and what it means to people and you. Define outdoor recreation in your own words. Next find journal articles or reports that contain information on the benefits (physical, psychological, societal, ecological, economical, etc.) of outdoor recreation about the benefits of outdoor recreation to individuals, groups, and society. This paper should be a minimum of 5 pages with 5 valid sources.

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
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18 rubric Experiential Activities Presentation       popup preview  

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19 rubric Leadership Assessment Paper       popup preview  
The objective of this paper is to take an in-depth look into your individual leadership style(s). What is leadership? What does leadership mean to you? What are some ways to lead? Knowing your personal strengths and limitations, which leadership style is a good fit for you? Develop a code of ethics and describe and explain why this is your code (see fig. 3.1 & fig. 3.2). Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of your particular style(s). In what ways do you need to develop yourself as a leader?

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20 rubric Blackboard Article and Discussion       popup preview  
The objective of this assignment is to generate critical thinking about trends and issues related to outdoor recreation. You are required to find one article (journal, magazine, internet, etc) that discuss/address current research, trends or issues in the physical education and/or outdoor recreation leadership field. Read the articles, provide a quick overview of the articles main points/issues/trends, and post a link to the article on blackboard, so others can read it. You also need to read one other student’s articles and post a reply about the article and the student’s comments/overview. You may address the following questions in your article write-up: 1. What implications does the information presented have for the field of outdoor leadership and/or physical education? 2. How may the implications affect you as a leader or teacher in your career? 3. What does it mean for the industry? Positive or negative change to the field?

Grade levels:   Grad  
tjmiller

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