The Chiji Guidebook

The Chiji Guidebook
Author : Chris Cavert
Publisher :
Total Pages : 112
Release : 2010-10-01
ISBN 10 : 1885473842
ISBN 13 : 9781885473844
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The Chiji Guidebook Book Description:

This book is an instructional guide describing some of the different ways Chiji Cards can be used to facilitate key moments during group experiences. This guidebook gives a simple, straightforward explanation of the processing theory that coincides with the original use of Chiji Cards, and it provides a rationale for when to use one processing technique over another.The Activity Guide Section of the book presents 25 different ways to use Chiji Cards. The activities are divided into six chapters—Processing Activities, Getting-To-Know-You, Frontloading Activities, Object Lessons, Initiative Activities, and Fun With Chiji Cards. Most of the activities we have developed ourselves, but several come directly from other experiential educators who have shared their uses of the cards with us.


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