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The role of the teaching case studies in the sport management education



Year of publication 2013
Type Article in Proceedings
Conference Sport and Quality of Life 2013
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Sports Studies

Field Sport and leisure time activities
Keywords case study; sport management; learning outcomes; professional ; generational theory
Description Teaching case studies are describing the problem situations that are occurring in the daily practice of sport organizations and the students are expected to assess the appropriateness or accuracy of the solution, which was adopted by the management of sports organizations or propose on the basis of information about the most appropriate solution / decision even using theoretical concepts from management theory. In the paper the author is discussing the importance of the teaching case studies which are in the current sports management studies and describes the approaches for their development based on the local sport context. The author underlines the importance of this educational tool also from the perspective of the European qualification framework learning outcomes and professional standards and offers the framework for the elaboration of the case studies which respects also the concept of the generational theory which is influencing the mode of accepting and processing the information in the teaching process of current students.

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