NSRF Connections Online2022-12-21T11:12:32-05:00

What’s new at NSRF since Spring Break (part 2)

Today, getting support and assistance from your Critical Friends may be more critical than any other time since our inception. NSRF has jumped into action creating Virtual Critical Friends Group Coaches' Trainings and MicroCredential Trainings leading toward a new Virtual CFG Coach certification! (5 min. read)

NSRF’s Statement of Support of BLM

In line with our longstanding commitment to democratic, equitable education and social justice, we condemn the brutal murder of George Floyd and we stand in solidarity with Black Lives Matter protesters across the US and the world against systemic anti-Black racism. We honor the intrinsic value of all victims of police brutality and white supremacist violence, including George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, their families, and thousands more racialized victims of violence ...

Learning is in the Debrief, by Penelope Preen

As a new CFG coach, I found the idea of debriefing very daunting. Debriefing had not been part of my life as a learner and I wasn’t too sure of the point of it. Why, I wondered, is it necessary, or useful, to spend time at the end of a protocol discussing the outcome and the process? Wasn’t it all over by then? What are the right kind of questions to ask? What do I do if no-one has anything to say? As I have gained experience, debriefing has become my favorite part of facilitating. Here are 7 of my favorite insights from debriefing and why they are effective. (5 min. read)


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