Health, Physical Education And Recreation | Program Development & Consultation in Therapeutic Recreation (3 cr)
R563 | 6542 | B McCormick


School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation in cooperation
with the Division of Continuing Studies

This section offered via television for on-campus students.

Course:  HPER R563 - Program Development & Consultation in Therapeutic
Recreation, 3 semester credit hours

Description:  The focus of this course is on theory and techniques
related to consultation, program development, program evaluation, and
leisure counseling.

CourseContent:	This course covers information related to the
functions of Consultation, Program Development, Program Evaluation and
Leisure Counseling in therapeutic recreation practice.  Students will
complete a consulting project for an external agency as a part of the
course.

CourseFormat:	The course will be broadcast live on television via
the Indiana Higher Education Telecommunications System (IHETS) to
locations both in and out-of-state. The format will be one-way video
and two-way audio.

Meeting Dates:	Wednesdays, 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm (Eastern Standard Time).
Course will run from January 10-April 25, 2001. Class will not meet
March 14 due to Spring recess.

Location:  Depending on student interest and demand, this course will
be televised to prospective sites listed on the reverse side of this
announcement.

Texts:	Block, P. (1999).  Flawless Consulting: A guide to getting
your expertise used.  San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.Schalock, (1997).
Outcome-based evaluation. New York: Plenum.In addition a readings
packet will be required.The price of the textbooks is approximately
$????? plus tax and shipping costs of approximately $???. They may be
obtained from the Indiana University Bookstore on the Bloomington
Campus by calling ???????.

Costs:Instructor:Registration:	Dr. Bryan P. McCormickDept. of
Recreation and Park AdministrationHPER 133Bloomington, IN
47405-4801812-855-3482, Fax: 812-855-3998EMAIL:
bmccormi@indiana.eduDr. Bryan McCormick is an Assistant Professor in
the Department of Recreation and Park Administration. He is a
Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist who has worked or
consulted in psychiatric hospitals, general hospitals, and agencies
serving people with developmental disabilities.Registration forms and
tuition must be returned to the Continuing Studies office (Indiana
University, Owen Hall 204, Bloomington, IN 47405) by August 28, 1997.
Students who register after this date may be charged a late fee
(minimum $54 by the IU Office of the Bursar).