Teachable Moments - An Innovative Workshop for Educators, Counselors & Coaches
Bring Learning to Life and Create Lasting Lessons
through Reflective Tools & Techniques and Experiential Learning
9am to 4pm • February 7th, 2011 • Carondolet Center, St. Paul, MN
Facilitator: Jen Stanchfield, M.S. of Experiential Tools
Processing or reﬂection brings learning to life. Reﬂective practice helps
learners make connections between educational experiences and real
life situations, increases insight, and creates pathways to future learning.
Educators recognize the value of reﬂection and processing, but often ﬁnd that facilitating it is one of the most challenging aspects of teaching, counseling, and group work.
This interactive workshop offers:
• A variety of innovative reﬂection toolssocially and intellectually approaches to engage learners physically, emotionally,
• Ways to expand up the traditional sharing circle with active, brain-friendly methods to engage learners in meaningful reﬂection, review, processing anddialogue
• Methods for using metaphor to create meaning
• Exploration of the use of art, objects, writing and movement in reﬂection
Come and experiment with an interesting array of methods that meet a wide range of learning styles. Leave with new processing tools, activities and ideas to add to your facilitation, teaching and coaching repertoire. These participant centered methods will dramatically improve your ability to turn teachable moments into profound personal insights and lasting lessons.
When: Monday February 7th, 2011 • 9:00-4:00
Where: The Carondolet Center, St. Paul, MN
Cost: $95.00 Includes Lunch
To Register: visit experientialtools.com, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 802-348-7297
About Jennifer Stanchfield, M.S.
During her 20 years as an educator Jen has worked as clinician in treatment centers, as a classroom teacher, and in the professional training setting. Through these experiences she has developed an extensive repertoire of activities, tools and methods which she
brings to her engaging and informative workshop sessions. She has a master’s degree in Experiential Education from Minnesota State University, Mankato. Jen is author of Tips & Tools: The Art of Experiential Group Facilitation and co-author of A Teachable Moment: A Facilitator’s Guide to Activities for Processing Debrieﬁng, Reviewing and Reﬂection.