Games (& Other Stuff) for Teachers: Classroom Activities that Promote Pro-social Learning

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Wood 'N' Barnes Publishing, 1999 - Education - 160 pages
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A wide range of activities put together by teachers to help teachers focus on specific skills, including listening, following directions, communication, problem-solving, interacting, using teamwork, practicing diversity, and so much more! The activities are fun and easy to understand. Sample questions provide a basis for discussion, and variations help teachers adjust skill levels.
 

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Contents

The Big Question30 Seconds
10
Chosen
23
P S
37
Particulars
51
Its All in the Cards
73
Objectables
88
The Mixing Game
105
Cliques
109
Classroom Parts
123
Driving in the Dark
137
The Car Wash
150
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Cavert has been a teacher for over 20 years. He has worked with youth and adult groups of all ages. Chris holds a Physical Education teaching degree from the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse, and nears completion of a Master's degree in Experiential Education from Mankato State University.

Frank is a public school teacher. Currently, Laurie is the director of GOAL Consulting, working with school districts and nonprofit organizations around the country to develop adventure education programs for children and young adults. Laurie has been a Certified Trainer with Project Adventure since 1990. She is also the coordinator for the Central America initiative in Play for Peace, an organization that focuses on bringing children of conflicting cultures together through play.

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