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December 31, 2006


Xan Rawls

We have used this very successfully to address working together to meet
goals or overcome challenges. We set the furniture up with obstacle names
(not enough resources, staff call in sick, too many animals, etc.) and they
had to maneuver over, under or through... staff had a blast and learned from
the experience!

Keep those ideas coming, Tom.


Xan Rawls
Operations Director
Young Williams Animal Center
3201 Division Street
Knoxville, TN 37919
Phone: 865-215-6683
Fax: 865-215-6667
Email: xrawls@knoxpets.org

Lesina Tsosie

I attended a conference in Phoenix, Az and did this exact activity. It was so much fun. But, we had to be very quiet while taking the ball into a hallway, out the building, back in the building and set the ball on top of an upside down cup. I also did this in my classroom with string and a pillow with the word "goals" on a piece of paper and taped to it. It was hard for my students to keep up the pillow, and they wanted to try over and over again. They had too much fun. Keep them coming! Thanks very much! Kept my kids motivated!

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