#27: Kema Geroux - (30+) A Commitment to Social Growth, Places to Learn, Rohnke & New Games and Some Favorite Props and Activities
Kema Geroux - firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Cavert - email@example.com
Learning & Growth Opportunities for Kema
National Challenge Course Symposium (NCCPS) - Virtual in 2021, Feb 25-27
Association for Experiential Education (AEE)
Association for Challenge Course Technology (ACCT) - Virtual Conference January 2021
Project Adventure (PA) - Virtual Workshops available
Silver Bullets by Karl Rohnke (this link is to the 25th Anniversary Edition - about 90% as the 1984 first edition).
The New Games Book
Back Pocket Adventures
Playing with a Full Deck
The More the Merrier (large group methodologies and activities)
What You Say (a link to a FUNdoing Blog post description)
Get It Back - Here's a brief description of the activity from The POSSIBLESbag Activity Manual (Cavert)
Get It Back (idea from Diane Phillips) You’ll need the Deck of Playing Cards. Best played with more than 15 players.
Process: Deal a card to each player in the group - they can look at their card. Then ask them to simply mingle around meeting and greeting each other. You might tell players to share their name and their favorite food with each person they greet or any other appropriate information-seeking question.
After each greet, players exchange cards and then move along to find another person to meet and greet. After a 90 seconds or so you can call out, “Get It Back.” Play continues in the same way as before except (meeting, greeting and sharing) when a player exchanges her/his card and receives their original card s/he can step out of the mingle and watch the rest of the players finish up the round.
After all players have their original card they should end up in a large circle.
Show Notes, Note:
Kema plays Get It Back after What You Say to add more talking points to the experience.
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