Category Archives: Tips for Trainers

The Buzz Ring

Concept:  This physics phenomenon will have your participants talking about the ‘Buzz Words’ of team work in a unique way. Type of Activity:  Problem Solving, Processing Props Needed:  One Buzz Ring  Group Size:  Maximum of 15 people per ring.  Process:  To begin this activity, identify what the “buzz” words are that may come up in […]

Human Camera Activity

Name of Activity:  Human Camera Original Game Source:  Karl Rohnke, Silver Bullets Additional Published Source:  Facilitated Growth:  Experiential Activities for Recovery and Wellness by Michelle Cummings, Marc Pimsler and Diane Sherman Group size:  6 – 30 Purpose:  To learn how to trust others.  To experience three specific visual experiences to debrief. Activity Trust level: High […]

Happy Pi Day! 3.14 and the Game of Get 20

3.14 – Albert Einstein’s birthday and National Pi Day!  Illustration by Charlie Powell I love a good play on words, and numbers, and anything that is creatively clever.  Pi day ranks pretty high on my creatively clever scale, but did you know that it’s actually a nationally recognized holiday?  Really! It’s official. The date March 14 […]

New book! Facilitated Growth Experiential Activities for Recovery and Wellness

Tips for Trainers New book! Facilitated Growth Experiential Activities for Recovery and Wellness by Michelle Cummings, Marc Pimsler and Diane Sherman I am excited to announce my new book, Facilitated Growth–Experiential Activities for Recovery and Wellness, that I co-authored with Marc Pimsler and diane Sherman! This book is for facilitators and professionals who work with […]