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Author(s): Joni Marr Boyd
A Practical Approach to Strength Training is designed to educate students on the basics of strength and resistance training. The chapters are divided into short, easy-to-read content areas that cover everything from rules, guidelines, exercise techniques, and workout plans. In addition, the text provides a simple workout log for record keeping and progress comparisons. This text is simple, yet thorough and engaging!
Each chapter includes:
Author(s): Karl E Rohnke
The 23 games and activities included in this small book can be used with small or large groups, but the emphasis is upon how to use or adapt them to large groups (50-500 people). Does the thought of facilitating sessions of 50, 75 or 100+ participants cause you to have a convenient excuse ready as to why ". . .that particular date isn't good for me?" Perhaps what you need is an experienced guide and a batch of tried and true activities to maneuver through the yips and anxieties of looking at "all those faces."
If you need to know "what comes after the teambuilding activity?" this book is for you!
Jim Cain, Michelle Cummings and Jennifer Stanchfield have collectively been active in adventure-based and active learning programs for almost a century. From their extensive facilitation background, here are the best of their techniques, methods and activities for engaging participants in active and meaningful processing, debriefing and program reviewing sessions.
Author(s): Susie Rood
Here you are, getting ready to go to college. It has been an exciting time. You finished high school or military training and now, you have selected a school, you think you know where your life is going, and you cannot wait to get to campus.
Author(s): Blair Dean
Academotion provides new techniques and strategies whereby elementary teachers can promote active learning through integration. Elementary classroom teachers can apply the more than 100 activities in this book as additional strategies to support academic learning. All the movement activities have been field tested and used with children from pre-kindergarten to grade six.
Academotion allows movement to become an instructional strategy that reinforces concepts in a concrete way. Movement learning experiences allow children to:
Author(s): Adele M Macgowan-Gilhooly
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