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    fear in many lower-level employees of talking in meetings that included higher-level executives. These executives want everyone in the meeting to feel comfortable voicing their opinions, but have trouble getting full participation. Therefore, my facilitation box focuses primarily on ways to improve participation, though many of the items can be used for other creative purposes as well. Like Professor Schlake did on the first day of class, I will begin my meetings by passing out the squishy balls and

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    "seeing-doing" because your muscles seem to "know" and "remember" just what to do. What you're learning now is speed, i.e. how to perform the task carefully and quickly. That's muscle memory. Scientists call this "kinesthetic memory" or "neuro-muscular facilitation" and they speak of "sensory-motor" learning, since you are combining sensing input, i.e. what you see with your eyes, with motor output, i.e. what you do with your body. Of course, during the "drill-and-practice", your muscles aren't really memorizing

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    population. We hypothesized (1) that country music would reflect a high degree of ambivalence concerning the use of alcohol, wavering between an ideal value and a real one, and (2) that it would promote or prescribe the use of alcohol for the facilitation or assuagement. While the ideal values of society, particularly the agrarian society from which country music stems, tend to portray drinking as "evil", the lyrics also extol its use. Adhering to the traditional fundamentalist view of alcohol

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    effective than if everyone has different ideas and outlooks on specific topics. However, to keep everyone on the same page, the members of a group need to accurately know where they stand in reference to their goal. One way to do this is through social facilitation. This is the concern of self image through the presence of other people. It's a concept that allows members to know the acceptable opinions of the group. Someone who agrees to the ideas set out from the organization. "Group polarization is the

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    The study, in which we looked upon through our time working within Applied Theatre, is how our role as a facilitator changes, depending on the age, ability and social background of the participants, in an educational environment. I will discuss further how the various aspects of social and political culture vary the way that I have conducted a workshop, and also what I would have to do if I continued my study further. Two of the workshops that was conducted, was in a secondary educationally school

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    Learning about teaching positive and challenging emotions and the applications of mindfulness in the process reveals the power of Mindfulness Meditation in the process of healing, and how important it is for us, facilitators to be aware of this process. Trauma is the “left over” of what challenging experiences leave in our bodies. Mindfulness practice can help one connect with positive emotional and social experiences, stimulating parts of the brain linked to reflective awareness. The brain holds

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    test can be used to investigate. Many researchers have examined laterality in the Stroop task. Dyer (1973) showed that presenting the word and the color separately to the left and right fixation did not alter the Stroop effect. Interference and facilitation were still factors (MacLeod, 1991). There are many instances of the left hemisphere showing more interference during this kind of testing. Aine and Harter (1984) studied this same effect and found that activity associated with interference occurs

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    exercises can be divided into different categories depending on the way the muscles and surrounding tissues are stretched. These forms of stretching are static stretching, dynamic stretching, ballistic stretching and proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF). This report will define why athletes stretch and review current literature on each form of stretching and conclude from research which form is the most effective form of stretching. BENEFITS OF STRETCHING Stretching in sport was only

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    Forms of Assessment

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    usually with drill and practice type of exercises. The lessons are skills based with a stress on “part to whole” language. This refers to experiencing words as their individual graphophonemic parts. The transactional method of teaching stresses the facilitation of information from the teacher to the student. Learning for the transactional teacher is a social process with the learner. Knowledge is constructed by the learner and language is taught from “whole to part”. Whole to part refers to the context

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    Process Drama

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    Drama according to the Wikipedia free encyclopedia is the specific mode of fiction represented in performance, which comes from a Greek word (drao) meaning action. A dramatic production depends mostly on in-depth development of realistic characters dealing with emotional themes, it put the characters in conflict with themselves, others, society and even natural phenomena. According to Learning Stream, “drama is a literary composition involving conflict, action crisis and atmosphere designed to be

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