Karl Rohnke, through his quarterly newsletter, Bag of Tricks, maintains a network whereby graduates of Project Adventure training and others can communicate new ideas and activities. Many of this book’s ideas have come from that creative networking process.
The curriculum is alive and engaging; it is sequenced and adapted by practitioners to meet the needs of each group it serves. As formal curricula, these activities have been evaluated as having improved self-concept, enhanced the ability of members to take risks, and strengthened the willingness of group members to cooperate and work well together. —Source: Goodreads