REHA 3013 Leisure Education Programming and Mental Health
Credit Points 10
Legacy Code 400789
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Description In this unit students will develop knowledge and skills required to facilitate and critically evaluate leisure education interventions to bring about changes in the leisure behaviour of individuals, particularly those at risk of developing or with a diagnosed mental illness. Students will analyse evidence to plan, implement and evaluate leisure education programs.
School Health Sciences
Discipline Rehabilitation Therapies, Not Elsewhere Classified.
Student Contribution Band HECS Band 2 10cp
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Level Undergraduate Level 3 subject
- Identify and evaluate models of leisure education and related concepts.
- Analyse issues related to promoting health and well-being through leisure literacy and participation.
- Create, implement and evaluate an evidence-informed leisure education program for clients with a mental illness.
- Analyse, apply and evaluate educational techniques used in leisure education to promote wellbeing
- Leisure education in national and international contexts
- Leisure education theory applied, in particular, to individuals with A mental illness
- designing, planning and delivering Leisure education programs for individuals with A mental illness
- Leisure ability model (not changed)
- lived experiences of Consumers and families with A mental illness (not changed)
The following table summarises the standard assessment tasks for this subject. Please note this is a guide only. Assessment tasks are regularly updated, where there is a difference your Learning Guide takes precedence.
|Tutorial Participation||1 hour tutorials, 10 weeks (Weeks 3-13)||15||N||Individual|
|Online quizzes x 3||10 questions per quiz||15||N||Individual|
|Applied Project: Leisure education program delivered in class setting||1,000 words||20||N||Individual|
|Applied Project: Leisure education plan, event and evaluation, delivered in community setting; a) Session Plan, b) Student takeway resource, c) In class trial of facilitation session, d) Program facilitation, e) Program evaluation||Total 1,500 words + presentation||50||Y||Both (Individual & Group)|
- Dattilo, J. (2021). Leisure education program planning (5th edition). State College, PA: Venture Publishing
- Dattilo, J. (2015). Leisure education program planning (4th edition). State College, PA: Venture Publishing.
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Sydney City Campus - Term 2
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