Ensemble Building: Bibliography & Related Content


Chlup, D. T. & Collins, T. E. (2010) Breaking the Ice: Using Icebreakers and Re-energizers with Adult Learners. Adult Learning, 21(3/4),  34-39. 

Collard, M. (2008) Count Me In: Large Group Activities That Work. Beverly, MA: Project Adventure.   

Cornell University Center for Teaching Excellence. (2016) Icebreakers. Cornell University. Retrieved from http://www.cte.cornell.edu/teaching-ideas/building-inclusive-classrooms/icebreakers.html

Lansing Community College Center for Teaching Excellence. (2016) Icebreaker Activities. Lansing Community College. Retrieved from http://www.lcc.edu/cte/resources/teachingettes/icebreakers.aspx

Magnan, R. (2005) 147 Practical Tips for Using Icebreakers with College Students. Madison, WI: Atwood Publishing.

McGraw, A. & McGraw, D. J. (2015) Your Classroom, Your Stage. Retrieved from http://www.yourclassroom-yourstage.com

Weimer, M. (2015) The First Day of Class: A Once-A-Semester Opportunity. Faculty Focus. Retrieved from http://www.facultyfocus.com/articles/teaching-professor-blog/the-first-day-of-class-a-once-a-semester-opportunity/

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