The exercises and activities in this resource will help you to motivate your team or the group with which you are working.
How can you encourage people to be motivated? How can you create that sense of yearning to achieve or reach a goal? How can you energise and inspire group members?
The exercises and activities in this resource will help you to motivate your team or the group with which you are working. The activities are organised in sections from which you can choose to meet particular group needs.
Whether your group is small or large you will find something for any setting. Many of the activities can also be used on a one-to-one basis in supervision, with clients or students. The activities are interactive and fun. Trainers, youth leaders, counsellors, group leaders, team managers, teachers, care workers and probation officers will find the resource one in which they constantly dip for inspiration.
Robin Dynes is the Social Inclusion Officer for Skills & Learning in his local authority. His main role has been to develop an innovative outreach curriculum that is accessible and meets the needs of people with disabilities, older people and others who are vulnerable. The aim is to ensure that people with disabilities have equal opportunity and an active and fulfilling role within the community.
Ages: 5-8 (Lower Primary), Ages: 8-10 (Middle Primary), Ages: 10-12 (Upper Primary), Ages: 12-15 (Junior Secondary), Ages: 15-18 (Senior Secondary), Ages: 18+ (Adult)
Routledge, Speechmark, Taylor & Francis
A Practical Workbook and Professional Guide to Empower Autistic Children and Young People Aged 10+
The Recovery Through Activity handbook offers an occupation-centred treatment programme and intervention, rooted in occupational therapy and underpinned by the Model of Human Occupation.
Fully revised and updated, this practical book shines a light on the insights, opinions and experiences of autistic girls and women, providing a rich insight into school life from an autistic perspective.
– Understanding and Practicing Inclusion Across Higher Education
Adopting a UDL Attitude within Academia bridges the gap between the theory and practice of UDL (Universal Design for Learning). It guides the reader through the origins of the development of UDL as an innovative way of thinking about inclusion and the evolution of this theory into practice, as it explores UDL and its relevance beyond the classroom.
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