Join Jennifer Stanchfield & Cynthia Paris for a preconference workshop Thursday January 30th; 8:30-3:00pm at the Renaissance Sea World Resort in Orlando, Florida.
There is still time to register online or in person for this dynamic presentation!
The Art and Science of Experiential Group Facilitation is an interactive workshop designed to share what the field of educational neuroscience is telling us about engagement, attention, buy in, and meaningful reflection.
Take away practical strategies to promote dialogue and reflection, build a productive learning environment, and empower participants to take ownership of their learning.
Attendees will leave with creative inspiration and new perspectives on your role as a facilitator.
1) Active brainbased methods for engaging learners emotionally, physically, intellectually and socially.
2)New research from the field of cognitive neuroscience and its impact on learning, teaching, group dynamics and social and emo-tional skills development.
3) Reflective methods and facilitation techniques to increase depth of understanding and connection to future learning experiences.
4) Techniques to help educators become more participant centered, empowering them to take more control and responsibility for their learning.
Jennifer Stanchfield’s depth of experience and passion for enhancing the art of facilitation is evident in her tools, workshops and publications including A Teachable Moment, Tips & Tools: The Art of Experiential Group Facilitation & The ACCT Facilitator’s Toolbox.
Cynthia Paris shares the value of joyful moments with groups of all ages. She is the Manager of the Center for Organizational Advancement at Rogers Behavior Health