A self management model of after school activities in high schools
Carles González Arévalo
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This article proves to which extent the students of a secondary education school can create and get involved into a Students Association. It’s the result of an investigation that shows that the decrease of the students’ participation in sports activities after school makes rise again the subject of a sports option after school, that favors the participation of the students in the management and organization of the activities, within the school environment, but after the class schedule. It is an ambitious project that has proved to be fruitful and that, moreover, tries to open continuity to the whole body of students in Physical Education at schools, sport clubs, gyms or other entities which offer sport activites to young students outside the environment of their own school.
Published: October 01, 2003
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