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


15.0
ECTS / Credit Units
Year: 3 / 2º 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:
Regência
Responsável pelas Pautas
Ensino teórico-prático
Ensino prático e laboratorial
Jorge Alexandre Pereira Soares
Jorge Alexandre Pereira Soares


Responsibilities:
Ensino teórico-prático
Ensino prático e laboratorial

Course Information

Course Objectivs

  1. To observe and live experiences in a work environment that contribute to the application of knowledge and skills in sports management field.
  2. Evidence integration and capacity for initiative in organizing host and develop the capacity of autonomy and critical thinking.
  3. To be diligent, punctual and responsible in carrying out tasks, cultivating the ethical values of sport manager.
  4. Be dedicated, respectful and be able to cooperate with colleagues, teachers and employees of organization.
  5. Understand the process and the factors that influence the decision-making.
  6. To identify and understand the relationship between the costs and benefits of a sports service, as well as the public interest of sports.
  7. To develop or participate in development projects that contribute to innovation and problem solving in sport organization.
  8. To be able to communicate orally and writing the activities and skills achieved in sport management, in a fluent, clear and structured way.

Evaluation Criteria

The theorical-practical lessons are used for the explanation of the matters mentioned in the program. The practical lessons are used for the presentation, explanation and evaluation of the work to be undertaken by students, according to the matters addressed in theoretical and practical classes with the timetable set. Tutorial sessions serve to support and guide the systematic work in organizations.

The evaluation is structured in three components: continuous assessment of systematic work in organization (25%); two project works (20% + 30%), presented orally to the whole group; descriptive and reflective final report of activities and the learning performed (25%).

The final report differs from two specific works because it includes all the reflective appreciation of the student on their learning in work context (systematic work) and should include: the relevance of training course for the application of knowledge in the employment context/internship, as well as the contribution of experience in the organization for their specific education in University

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Main Bibliography

Freire, A. (2005). Paixão Por Empreender. Como colocar suas ideias em prática. Transforme sonhos em projetos bem-sucedidos. Brasil: Editora Campus.

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

Palmer, D. (2011). Em L. Robinson, & D. Palmer, Managing voluntary sport organisations (pp. 33-50). Oxford: Routledge.

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

Raynal, S. (2001). A gestão por projeto. Instituto Jean Piaget.

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

Soares, J., Correia, A., & Rosado, A. (2010). Political Factors in the Decision Making Process in the Voluntary Sports Associations. European Sport Management Quarterly, 10(1), pp. 5-29.

 

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