Alberta Recreation and Parks Association (ARPA) Conference Papers 2002

               

The Strongest Link
Alberta Recreation and Parks Association Annual Conference
 October 24 - 26, 2002 

 

A Pathway to Natural Learning - School Yard Naturalization

Provides guidelines and procedures for construction of school landscape projects. Handout from the Alberta Recreation and Parks Association...

Designing Thrill

Discusses how play is evolving, and not only the potential, but the need to incorporate the design of specific spaces for thrills (extreme...

Fitness and Wellness Continuum

Discusses the qualities and skills required of a programmer or program coordinator, hot community fitness and wellness trends, and how to...

Getting People Moving: Communicating Physical Activity and Health Messages

This presentation from the Alberta Recreation and Parks Association Annual Conference, "The Strongest Link", Oct 24- 26 2002, provides an...

Hey Can I Play

This session from the Alberta Recreation and Parks Association Annual Conference, The Strongest Link, October 24 - 26, 2002, was designed...

Recreation for Children and Youth Living in Poverty: Barriers, Benefits and Success Stories

This presentation from the Alberta Recreation and Parks Association Annual Conference, The Strongest Link, October 24 - 26, 2002, discusses...

Using Outcome Based Planning and Evaluation to Demonstrate Success

Defines program evaluation as "the use of social research procedures to systematically investigate the effectiveness of social intervention...

Vision 2015: Leisure, Wellness, Prosperity and Quality of Life in Alberta

This presentation from the Alberta Recreation and Parks Association Annual Conference, The Strongest Link, October 24 - 26, 2002, addresses...
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