University of Zagreb

Faculty of Kinesiology

Kinesiological Recreation in Leisure Time I
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Methodology of Kinesiological Recreation in Leisure I
Code: 123886
ECTS: 4.5
Lecturers in charge: prof. dr. sc. Mirna Andrijašević
Lecturers: prof. dr. sc. Mirna Andrijašević - Seminar
izv. prof. dr. sc. Dubravka Ciliga - Seminar
Gordana Kević , prof. - Seminar
doc. dr. sc. Drena Trkulja-Petković - Seminar
dr. sc. Andrea Vrbik , pred. - Seminar

doc. dr. sc. Danijel Jurakić - Lectures

prof. dr. sc. Mirna Andrijašević - Exercises of applied kinesiology
prof. dr. sc. Ivančica Delaš - Exercises of applied kinesiology
doc. dr. sc. Danijel Jurakić - Exercises of applied kinesiology
Gordana Kević , prof. - Exercises of applied kinesiology
Valentina Novosel , prof. - Exercises of applied kinesiology
dr. sc. Andrea Vrbik , pred. - Exercises of applied kinesiology
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1. komponenta

Lecture typeTotal
Lectures 30
Seminar 15
Exercises of applied kinesiology 15
* Load is given in academic hour (1 academic hour = 45 minutes)
Description:
2.1.Course objectives The aim of this course is to train the students to be able to design all forms of recreational programs in varying environments and for varying populations. Students will be capable of designing the recreational programs in varying conditions. Students will also be able to collaborate with experts from related areas.

2.2.Course enrolment requirements and entry competences required for the course Requirement: completed Kinesiological recreation course.

2.3.Learning outcomes at the level of the programme to which the course contributes Organization of professional work in sports recreation in varying conditions and for varying needs with the aim of educating the participants as well as preserving and enhancing their health status.
Designing the individual and group-based programs in sports recreation.
Collaborating with experts from related areas.

2.4.Learning outcomes expected at the level of the course (4 to 10 learning outcomes)
A student will be able to:
- apply the methods of system management with the kinesiological recreation basis;
- devise a financial plan of investment profitability in certain recreational programs;
- establish the concept of kinesiological recreation for various needs;
- collaborate in various research- and professional-based areas (health preservation, tourism etc.);
- devise and implement the transformational programs respecting all criteria and methods for its implementation;
- use the contemporary technologies for individual complex programs.

2.5.Course content broken down in detail by weekly class schedule (syllabus)
Lectures, seminars and exercises:
1.The role of kinesiological recreation in leisure time. The aims of kinesiological recreation in leisure time. (2L)
2The notion of leisure time as a quality resource for a regeneration of the body. (2L)
3.The structure of jobs and various professions in modern-day society. Analysis of work and work process. (2L)
4.Basic methods in kinesiological recreation intended for enhancement of workers status. (2L+2E)
5.Principles in devising kinesiological programs aimed at working individuals. (4L+2S)
6.Types, aims and possibilities of planning the recreational activities for working individuals. (2L)
7.Evaluation of program effects in working individuals. (2L+3S)
8.Role and significance of kinesiological recreation in leisure time for general population. (2L)
9.Classification of participants according to age and specific needs. (2L+2S+2E)
10.Specificities of recreation programs in the population of children and youth. (4L+2S+2V)
11.Specificities of recreation in adult population; general terms related to health preservation using means of physical activity. (2L+2S+4E)
12.Application of recreational programs in specific populations (elderly, people with disabilities). (2L+2S)
13.Analysis of application of transformation programs for enhancement of physiological capacities. Planning methods and selection of activities aimed at improvement of physiological capacities and/or reduction of subcutaneous body fat. (2L+2S+5E)
Literature:
  1. Andrijašević, M. (2010). Kineziološka rekreacija. Zagreb: Kineziološki fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu.
  2. Andrijašević, M i sur.(1998). Planiranje i programiranje sportske rekreacije.(Skripta), Zagreb: FFK i HSSR.
  3. Andrijašević, M. (2000). Rekreacijom do zdravlja i ljepote. Zagreb: FFK.
  4. Ivanišević, G. i sur.( 2004). Zdravstveni turizam, prehrana, kretanje i zaštita okoliša u Hrvatskoj, znanstveni skup Veli Lošinj. Zagreb: Akademija medicinskih znanosti Hrvatske.
  5. Mišigoj-Duraković, M. i sur.(1999). Tjelesno vježbanje i zdravlje. Zagreb: Fakultet za fizičku kulturu, Grafos.
  6. Corbin, B. C., Lindsey, R., Welk, I. G., Corbin, R.W. (2002). Concepts of fitness and wellness. New York, USA: Mc Graw Hill Companies.
  7. Štuka, K. (1985). Rekreacijska medicina. Zagreb: Sportska tribina.
Prerequisit for:
Enrollment :
Enrolled : Medicine of Physical Recreation
Passed : Kinesiological Recreation
8. semester
Mandatory course - Mandatory smjer - Kinesiology in Education and Kinesiological Recreation
Consultations schedule: