SCHOLE: A Journal of Leisure Studies & Recreation Education is the official refereed publication of the National Recreation and Park Association in cooperation with Sagamore Publishing. The Journal aims to disseminate knowledge related to park and recreation courses, curricula, and teaching. Articles address a wide range of issues concerning graduate and undergraduate education.
Articles are the expressions of the authors and are not statements of policy of the National Recreation and Park Association or Sagamore Publishing LLC.
Call for Papers - Special Issue about Scholarship on Teaching and Learning in Leisure Studies and Recreation Education: Measuring Student Learning Outcomes
|A special issue of Schole: A Journal of Leisure Studies and Recreation Education will be published in February 2014. Researchers are invited to submit manuscripts that explore the measurement of student learning outcomes in leisure studies, recreation, parks, tourism and related programs.|
Call for Associate Editors
Schole: A Journal of Leisure Studies and Recreation Education is seeking Associate Editors to serve a three-year term. Schole is a refereed publication of the Education Network. Schole was established to disseminate knowledge related to park and recreation courses, curricula, and teaching. Manuscripts address a wide variety of issues concerning undergraduate and graduate education such as curriculum planning, curriculum design, future employment requirements, trends and their impacts, student and faculty profiles, course content, fieldwork and internships, leisure and the humanities, teaching methods, accreditation, community education and tenure and promotion, book reviews, and classroom learning activities.
Vol 27, No 2 (2012)
Table of Contents
|A Historical Review of Outdoor Leadership Curricular Development and the Future With Action Research|
|Christopher Pelchat, Grace Goc Karp|
|Writing Well as an Essential Skill for Professionals in Parks, Recreation, and Tourism: Why Do We Need It and How Do We Do It?|
|Mary Sarah Wells, Jennifer A. Piatt, Karen P. Paisley|
|The Value of a Master’s Degree to Recreation Professionals|
|Camilla J. Hodge, Brian J. Hill, Christian Brinton|
|Going Global: Utilizing Instructional Geocaching to Enhance Students’ Global Competency|
|Preparing Students to Write a Professional Philosophy of Recreation Paper|
|Cheryl Stevens, Paige P. Schneider, Corey W. Johnson|
|Leisure 4th ed. (2012)|
|Laurel P. Richmond|