EXPERIENTIAL TOOLS TO INSPIRE, ENGAGE, CONNECT, AND REFLECT
Jen's engaging reflection, group facilitation, and teaching tools are used by educators, coaches, therapists, trainers, and facilitators worldwide. Her inspiring workshops, publications, and experiential tools stem from her three decades of diverse experiences as an experiential educator, teacher, mental health clinician and in organizational training, teambuilding and adult and youth group development. She adeptly incorporates the art of teaching, tangible tools, and techniques with neuroscience and pedagogical research. She earned her M.S in Experiential Education at Minnesota State University and continues to pursue the latest educational neuroscience research. Jen is the author of Tips and Tools for The Art of Experiential Group Facilitation and Inspired Educator, Inspired Learner: Experiential, Brain-Based Activities and Strategies to Engage, Motivate, Build Community and Create Lasting Lessons. Jen intentionally designs her tools based on usability, quality, and aesthetic appeal and "field tests" them in her own work as a facilitator. Visit her blog at experientialtools.com for facilitation and teaching tips, tools, articles, and ideas for using decks.