The Psychology of Sports
– The age of overwhelming strength and stamina governing sports is over, and the age of the mentally tough athlete has arrived. Athletes are no longer the superficial jocks and robots programmed to accomplish one goal, victory. Modern athletes ranging from the high school to professional levels are faced with many pressures and temptations, normally outside the realm of their sport. These pressures can inhibit an athlete’s performance substantially; therefore, the pressures need to be dealt with by psychologists….
Programme Monitoring and Review Processes
– 2.0 PROGRAMME MONITORING AND REVIEW 2.1 Introduction In essence, programme monitoring and review processes in relation to modules and programmes are ‘self-reflective, self- critical processes’ concerning the performance and effectiveness of the modules and programme under consideration. These processes are thus essentially developmental and formative in nature, so as to determine actions for further enhancement’, (Southampton Uni doc) and to systematically update them so as to maintain coherence (teqsa)….
Singapore Education System or Sports Program
– … The Singapore Sports School was established and MOE included the Indoor Sports Hall as one of the standard facilities in all schools. In 2013, the improved infrastructural system was implemented and schools were encouraged to increase the PE curriculum periods in primary to secondary schools and fully deploy PE trained teachers to teach PE and Health Education. PE teachers can also upgrade their skills and knowledge through the Physical Education and Sports Teacher Academy (PESTA). The Physical and Sport Education Branch (PESEB) revised the PE curriculum to give greater emphasis on fundamental skills and movement in the primary schools and more competition involvement in the secondary sc…
The Care Programme Approach (CPA)
– Introduction This essay will critically analyse Care Programme Approach (CPA) assessment and care plan in an OSCE I undertook. By utilising the CPA and sources of current literature, I hope to demonstrate my knowledge and understanding in relation to this skill as well as identifying areas with scope for learning. Assessment is about collecting information on a person’s needs and circumstances, and making sense of that information in order to identify needs and decide on what support or treatment to offer (DOH, 2002)….
The Importance of Sports
– Think of society as a living organism which every part of it contributes to its survival. This view is the functionalist perspective, which every parts of a society are structured to maintain its stability. Functionalist regard sports as an almost religious institution that uses ritual and ceremony to reinforce the common values of a society. In 1968, Robert Merton made an important distinction between manifest and latent functions. Manifest functions of institutions are open, stated, conscious functions that involve intended, recognized, consequences of an aspect of society….