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MISCELLANEOUS

BOOKS


Title: Step by Step: A Young Person's Guide to Positive Community Change
Author 1: Griffin-Wiesner, Jennifer
Author 2:
Publisher: Search Institute
Date: 2001
Categories: Miscellaneous
Format: Text
Call Number: M6002

Summary: This text discusses a group of youth and adults who are working together to create a place in their community that is just for youth, called the Mosaic Youth Center.

 


Title: Peer Pals! Helping Kids Succeed in School

Author 1: Bowman, Robert P.

Author 2: Chanaca, John N.

Publisher: American Guidance Service Inc.

Date: 1994

Categories: Miscellaneous

Format: Kit

Call Number: M6003

Summary: Peer Pals is a peer-tutoring program for elementary-aged children in which upper-elementary students are trained to help primary students learn to be "Super Students"-students who like school and believe they can succeed at schoolwork. With its dual focus on attitudes and academics, Peer Pals uniquely addresses both the affective and the cognitive development of the younger students and their older mentors. The program includes the novel approach of incorporating the character-development aspects of martial arts into the training and tutoring sessions.


 

Title: 201 Icebreakers, Group Mixers, Warm-Ups, Energizers, and Playful Activities
Author 1: West, Edie
Author 2:
Publisher: McGraw-Hill
Date: 1997
Categories: Miscellaneous
Format: Text
Call Number: M6004

Summary: Running a training session? Giving a speech? Heading a workshop? Making a presentation? Icebreakers come in handy in all these situations and this is the largest and most imaginative collection you will find anywhere! With the help of these playful, fun-filled games, exercises, and activities, you will be able to start every session, meeting, speech, or presentation with a burst of energy and fun.


Title: Energizers and Icebreakers: Book I
Author 1: Foster, Elizabeth (Ed. D.)
Author 2:
Publisher: Educational Media Corporation
Date: 1989, 1998
Categories: Miscellaneous, Literature}Format: Text
Call Number: M6005

Summary: This text is designed to instill motivation for your group through understanding, trust and excitement. By using these icebreaker activities you will enhance orientation sessions, as well as increase effectiveness in getting to know each other group activities.


Title: More Energizers and Icebreakers: Book II
Author 1: Foster-Harrison, Elizabeth (Ed. D.)
Author 2:
Publisher: Educational Media Corporation
Date: 1994
Categories: Miscellaneous, Literature
Format: Text
Call Number: M6006

Summary: More exciting energizers and icebreakers newly developed to enhance the learning environment in your class or group.


Title: Smart Boys
Author 1: Kerr, Barbara A. (Ph.D.)
Author 2: Cohn, Sanford J. (Ph.D.)
Publisher: Great Potential Press, Inc.
Date: 2001
Categories: Miscellaneous, Literature
Format: Text
Call Number: M6007

Summary: The authors of this text describe issues faced by our brightest boys ad men, and the concerns of those around them. The authors also offer insights within the text on bright beginnings, adolescent gifted boys, gifted minority boys, what research tells us, boy code problems, relationships, family issues, self-actualization, and guiding gifted men.


Title: Energizers: Calisthenics for the Mind
Author 1: Carl Olson
Author 2:
Publisher: Educational Media Corporation
Date: 2000
Categories: Miscellaneous
Format: Text
Call Number: M6008

Summary: In this text, the author draws upon his years of creativity and experience to assemble a variety of exercises and acti9vities to jump start the learning process. The activities can be categorized as energizers, games, and initiatives.


Title: 101 Life Skills: Games for Children

Author 1: Bernie Badegruber

Publisher: Hunter House inc., Publishers

Date: 2005

Categories: Miscellaneous

Format: Text

Call Number: M6009

Summary: 101 Life Skills provides games that teach tolerance, self-awareness, and responsibility and help kids to deal with fear, mistrust, and aggression.  For ages 6-12.


Title: 104 Activities That Build - Self-Esteem, Teamwork, Communication, Anger

        Management, Self-Discovery, & Coping Skills

Author 1: Alanna Jones

Publisher: Rec Room Publishing

Date: 1998

Categories: Miscellaneous

Format: Text

Call Number: M6010

Summary: Games can be used to encourage people to modify their behavior, increase interaction with others, start discussions, address issues, and build relationships. This book contains 104 games that do all this plus give people Skills in Coping, Teamwork, Self-Esteem, Communication, Anger Management, and Self-Discovery.


Title: The Wrecking Yard of Games & Activities - Teamwork, Self-Esteem, Self-Discovery,

        Leisure Education, Communication, Anger Management, & Fitness

Author 1: Alanna Jones

Publisher: Idyll Arbor, Inc.

Date: 2006

Categories: Miscellaneous

Format: Text

Call Number: M6011

Summary: Alanna Jones has crafted 104 activities for children, adolescents, and adults that help you teach them teamwork, self-esteem, self-discovery, leisure education, communication, anger management, and fitness. If you teach life skills, this book is for you!


KITS


Title: Peer Pals! Helping Kids Succeed in School

Author 1: Bowman, Robert P.

Author 2: Chanaca, John N.

Publisher: American Guidance Service Inc.

Date: 1994

Categories: Miscellaneous

Format: Kit

Call Number: M6003

Summary: Peer Pals is a peer-tutoring program for elementary-aged children in which upper-elementary students are trained to help primary students learn to be "Super Students"-students who like school and believe they can succeed at schoolwork. With its dual focus on attitudes and academics, Peer Pals uniquely addresses both the affective and the cognitive development of the younger students and their older mentors. The program includes the novel approach of incorporating the character-development aspects of martial arts into the training and tutoring sessions.