The Resource Centre contains practical material about good teaching and learning in the tertiary sector. The Resources can come from the Communities and Project Groups on the site. The Resources are high-quality, well-presented, evidence-based, and relevant to New Zealand.
This section includes items relevant to the teaching of Sport and Recreation.
The purpose of this project was to guide tertiary teachers of Exercise & Sport Science in ways that could improve the rigour of Exercise & Sport Science as a scientific discipline and lead to better learning outcomes for undergraduates.
Women remain under-represented in leadership roles in New Zealand sport. This research examines the university learning experiences and career expectations and experiences of female sport management graduates and CEOs of New Zealand sports organisations. It concludes with implications for tertiary teaching and learning practices.
A collection of case studies written by, and for, academic staff, showcasing experiences of learning through assessment in a variety of contexts. Includes an introduction on ‘Assessing emergent professional expertise’
This project investigated exercise science curriculum content for physical education/teacher education (PETE) students and develops practical recommendations to assist tertiary organisations and their staff in the development of pedagogies suitable for the enhancement of learning in the exercise sciences.
A set of resources for tutors and students. Advice about developing the skills of storytelling and their transfer to disciplines such as education, media, marketing, leisure and tourism. Lists of stories to use and develop. Web links to e-stories.
The New Zealand tradition of rugby playing is enhanced because of student cooperative education placements. And the student supervisor, Martin Brady, finds the students' youthful enthusiasm refreshing and helpful.
ANZALS mission is to encourage and support the development of leisure research and teaching through scholarly debate, the exchange of ideas and the publication of new knowledge, and through enhancing the profile of leisure studies, particularly in Australia and New Zealand.
The Network's subject areas also include recreation, events, management and sports science. Resources and activities are provided that work to enhance the learning experiences and opportunities of students and share practice and ideas to make the processes of learning, teaching and assessment within the subject areas more effective.
This paper describes an inquiry into a sport management program in a New Zealand University. It provides evaluation based on feedback from sport organizations and graduates about their experiences of the sport management program practicum.