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Author(s): Michelle Cummings , Michelle Cummings, MATTHEW BRODA, TREVOR DUNLAP
Raise your hand if you’ve ever found yourself standing in the toy aisle and reimagining a game or item on the shelf for your trainer ‘bag of tricks.’ Did you raise your hand? Then this book is for you! It’s time to open grandma’s game closet and re-see some of the many toy and game classics (and new-to-you crowd favorites) in a new light. Using elements of design, game-based, and experiential theories, the authors deconstruct a wide range of existing mass-market games and re-envision them for use as purposeful and engaging tools for personal, classroom and organizational development.
Author(s): Michelle Cummings , Marc Pimsler, Diane Sherman
Facilitated Growth: Experiential Activities for Recovery and Wellness is designed for those facilitators and professionals who work with people in the process of recovery and wellness. It is filled with useful tools and activities that are sure to liven up your programming.
Facilitated Growth: Experiential Activities for Recovery and Wellness by Michelle Cummings, Marc Pimsler, and Diane Sherman offers:
Author(s): Michelle Cummings, Mike Anderson
A compass can be used in many ways, from telling which way is North to finding hidden treasure or following an unmarked path over wilderness terrain. In any conflict, you have to get your bearings on what happened in order to best determine how to resolve the issue. Conflict is inevitable, and despite how many of us feel about it, conflict is not always a bad thing.
Author(s): Michelle Cummings
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A simple deck of cards can cover so much ground with any group that you work with. Everything from mixers and get to know you activities, problem solving initiatives, powerful diversity activities and great debriefing activities can all be done with a deck of cards.
Author(s): James Cain, Michelle Cummings, Jennifer Stanchfield
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.