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Intervenção em Desporto I ( Gestão do Desporto I ) - Educação Física e Desporto - Sem Ramos - Especialidades


15.0
ECTS / Credit Units
Year: 3 / 1º Semestre
Plan: 2015/16
Scientific Area: DEP
Level: Básico

Semestral Hour Load

Theorical:
Theorical-Pratical: 16.00
Pratical and Laboratorial: 16.00
Fieldwork:
Seminar:
Internship:
Tutorial: 128.00

 

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Degree having this Course

Degree - Branch Degree Plan Year
Educação Física e Desporto - Sem Ramos - Especialidades 2015/16

Teaching Staff

Hélio Ricardo Lourenço Antunes
Hélio Ricardo Lourenço Antunes


Responsibilities:
Ensino teórico-prático
Ensino prático e laboratorial
Jorge Alexandre Pereira Soares
Jorge Alexandre Pereira Soares


Responsibilities:
Regência
Responsável pelas Pautas
Ensino teórico-prático
Ensino prático e laboratorial
José Ricardo Velosa Barreto Ferreira Alves
José Ricardo Velosa Barreto Ferreira Alves


Responsibilities:
Ensino teórico-prático
Ensino prático e laboratorial

Course Information

Course Objectivs

1. Identify and understand the mission and the business purpose of the sports organization.
2. Analyze the structure and dynamics of human resources of a sports organization.
3. Taking initiative under the intervention in sports host organization and develop autonomy, critical reflection and self-assessment.
4. Reveal dedication, respect and sense of cooperation with peers and teachers and employees of the organization.
5. Evidence innovative sense and creativity in the analysis and resolution of problems in the management of sport.
6. Observe and live experiences in a work environment that contribute to the application of knowledge and skills in the area of sport management.
7. Know how to use and justify the relevance of information technologies and social networking in the context of intervention in sport management.
8. Plan, organize and evaluate a specific sporting event.
9. Report orally and in writing in a fluent, clear and structured way, the activities and skills acquired in the management of sport.
10. To be diligent, punctual and responsible in fulfilling the tasks of the course, cultivating the ethical values of sport manager.

Evaluation Criteria

The knowledge and skills are assessed through three distinct components: continuous evaluation of systematic work in an organizational context that is measured by recording the attendance and feedback by the officer / advisor of the organization, as well as the meetings of tutorials; three proposed over the course papers presented orally to the whole group; descriptive and reflective final report of the activities and lessons learned.

Only this component can go to alternative exam.

Continuous assessment of the systematic work accounts for 25% of the final grade. With regard to the proposed works are worth 50% of the final grade being considered is that the note relating to the average of two papers.
The final report is a poster and represents 10% of the final grade and their discussion is worth 15%.

The final report differs from two specific jobs as it includes all the reflective assessment of their learning in the employment context ( systematic work ) and must include: the relevance of the training course for the application of knowledge in a work environment / stage , as well as the contribution of experience in organizing for their specific and personal training.

This report should be concrete , individually and developed in the context of the acquired learning in the organization. The self-assessment, reflective and critical sense , and the recommendations arising from the activities carried out regularly by the student , and the two specific jobs should be part of the final report .

It should be noted that if a student does not have the approval in Intervention I, can not enroll or attend Intervention in Sport II.

 

Program Resume (get program detail)

Main Bibliography

Garcia, R., & Lemos, K. (2011). Temas (quase éticos) de Desporto (2ª ed.). Brasil, Belo Horizonte, Brasil: Casa da Educação Física, Brasil.

Hoye, R., Smith, A., Westerbeek, H., Stewart, B., & Nicholson, M. (2006). Sport management - Principles and applications. Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann.

Lima, J., & Marcolino, P. (2012). Manual Plano Nacional de Ética no Desporto. LIsboa: Instituto Português do Desporto e Juventude, IP. Obtido de http://www.pned.pt/media/1492/manualpned.pdf

Mintzberg, H. (1995). Estrutura e dinâmica das organizações (1ª ed.). Lisboa: Publicações Dom Quixote.

Ratten, V. (2011). Sport-based entrepreneurship: towards a new theory of entrepreneurship and sport management. Int Entrep Manag J, pp. 57-69. doi:10.1007/s11365-010-0138-z

Slack, T. (2007). Understanding sport organizations: The application of organization theory. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

Smith, A. (2008). Introduction to sport marketing. Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann.

Soares, J; Antunes, H.; Bárbara, A.; Escórcio, C.; Saldanha, C. (2916). O interesse público do desporto das organizações desportivas sem fins lucrativos que são apoiadas pela administração pública. Rev Bras Educ Fís Esporte, (São Paulo) Jul-Set; 30(3):675-88 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/1807-55092016000300675

Taylor, T., & McGraw, P. (2006). Exploring Human Resource Management Practices in Nonprofit Sport Organisations. Sport Management Review, 9(3), pp. 229?251. doi:10.1016/S1441-3523(06)70027-4

Taylor, T., Doherty, A., & McGraw, P. (2008). Managing people in sport organizations. Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann.

Watt, D. (2003). Sports Management and Administration (2ª ed.). Oxford: Routledge.

Other Biographical Sources / Support Documents

Student Support

On Tuesday and Thursday from 11:30 to 12:30. Meeting request via email: j.soares@uma.pt.

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