Creative Learning: Activities and Games That Really Engage People

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John Wiley & Sons, Apr 27, 2007 - Business & Economics - 250 pages
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Creative Learning is written by master trainer Bob Lucas, and offers a treasure trove of innovative and highly effective activities to simulate learning. The activities are tailor-made for trainers, presenters, and educators, and can be put to use in virtually any type of learning environment. Each activity offers a different approach to learning, but all are designed using a brain-based-learning approach that is proven to mentally or physically engage learners and enhance their learning experience.
 

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Contents

Activities and Games That Really Engage People Section 2 ReEnergizing the Brain
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Activities and Games That Really Engage People Section 3 Interim Reviews
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Activities and Games That Really Engage People Section 4 Transfer of Learning
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Activities and Games That Really Engage People Section 5 Ending on a High Note
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Activities and Games That Really Engage People Resources
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Activities and Games That Really Engage People References
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Activities and Games That Really Engage People About the Author
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Robert W. Lucas is the president of Creative Presentation Resources, Inc., a creative training and products company, and founding managing partner for Global Performance Strategies, LLC, an organization specializing in performance-based training, consulting services, and life planning seminars. A prolific writer, he is the author of numerous books and has been a contributor to several Pfeiffer publications.

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