“The labyrinth makes available many opportunities. Among those are for staff development during the first days of school, daily walk time for classes, individual walk time during recess, guidance counselor use for students’ conflict resolution, troubled students who need a time-out, class projects to learn more about the history of a labyrinth, measurement of the labyrinth and even a student group project to make their own labyrinth. We are limited only by our own imagination in the use of the labyrinth,” said Franklin physical education coach Gooch. Click here for the rest of the story.
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