Week of Adventure Planner with Mike Gass
“Adventure is worthwhile in itself.” ― Amelia Earhart
This week's Kikori Creator Spotlight is shining on Mike Gass! Mike Gass is a Professor at the University of New Hampshire. He received his Ph.D. in Experiential Education from the University of Colorado at Boulder and postdoctoral studies in Marriage and Family Therapy. He is the Director of the NATSAP research database focused on youth with mental health issues and treatment. He has made over 300 professional presentations and written over 150 professional publications. Mike received the Association for Experiential Education’s Outstanding Experiential Teacher of the Year Award, the Distinguished Researcher Award, the UNH Distinguished Career Research Award and the University’s Award for Excellence in International Engagement.
The "Week of Adventure" playlist gives you five outdoor activities to create team bonds through engaging problem solving with your group! You can access these activities on Kikori through the App Store (Apple), Google Play Store (Android) or online through the brand new Kikori WebApp!
Let’s get started! Click to download and print this graphic and get ready to embrace adventure!
How to Use the Weekly Planner:
Click into the Playlists icon and look for the Week of Adventure planner.
Click the heart to save it to your Favorites found in your Home (with the heart!). Click the Share icon in the top right corner to share the Playlist with your fave educator or facilitator friend!
Print out the Planner to use as a guide.
Do each activity once and check off as you go! Each day will be around 15-50 minutes of social emotional skill building.
Still using the Free Kikori Essentials version?
No problem! Print out the Week of Adventure Planner and search for the activities by using the Search Bar at the top of the Discover Activities screen! All of the activities are available for you to use and share with colleagues.
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Check it out and let us know what you think!