Activity analysis in teambuilding and group initiative programs
SubjectGroup problem solving -- Databases.
Group relations training -- Analysis.
Adventure education -- Analysis -- Databases.
Experiential learning -- Analysis -- Databases.
Team learning approach in education -- Analysis.
AbstractThe purpose of this project was to demonstrate the need for activity analysis in teambuilding programs through prevailing literature and to create an activity analysis database for teambuilding and group initiative programs. This was accomplished by comparing and contrasting teambuilding programs, such as those sponsored by Project Adventure, with information regarding the benefits of activity analysis.
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