Processing in the Middle of the Experience Jen Stanchfield   Often when we facilitate reflection with groups, we make time after the experience or lesson is completed to review and reflect. Many educators describe their reflective practice with groups as “debriefing”—a word that originated in the military...

What is Experiential Education? How is it relevant to my work as an educator or counselor?   The experiential approach to education and group work is based on the idea that change and growth take place when people are actively (physically, socially, intellectually, emotionally) involved...

Last Friday I offered another author's lesson entry for Wood 'N' Barnes Publishing Company's blog: "Bringing Learning to Life Through Reflection."   Reflection brings learning to life. Educators help learners grow and change and create meaningful and lasting lessons by engaging in reflective practice. The educational philosopher...