Experiential Tools

Founded by author and educator Jennifer Stanchfield, Experiential Tools is dedicated to the art of experiential group facilitation and teaching. The Inspired Educator Blog, workshops, professional development programs, books, facilitation and teaching tools, are a result of Jen's creative spirit, practical knowledge and years of experience. Her aim is to help educators fill their toolbox with quality, unique, and user-friendly methods to enhance learning, facilitate group development, and engage learners in the process of meaningful reflection and dialogue.

Books by Jen Stanchfield


New! Inspired Educator, Inspired Learner

This engaging, reader friendly book offers innovative yet practical ways to inspire and motivate learners of all ages. Explore experiential, brain-based techniques to engage participants emotionally, physically and intellectually in academic or training content while practicing important social-emotional skills and building a positive and productive learning community.

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Jennifer Stanchfield Author of Tips & Tools

Tips and Tools: The Art of Experiential Group Facilitation

Jen Stanchfield’s book Tips & Tools: the Art of Experiential Group Facilitation explores the facilitator’s role in groups of all kinds and offers creative tools and activities to enhance group experience. Tips & Tools serves as a guide and an inspiration for teachers and group facilitators looking to spark their creativity and enhance their own unique style.

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The Me I See

The Me I See, 2nd Edition: Learning Through Writing and Reflection

by the Wood ‘N’ Barnes Author’s Collective. The Me I See is a simple, thorough collection of journaling prompts placed in an accessible workbook template. The pages are full of thought-provoking prompts in an inviting format with a sense of whimsy and fun that is far less intimidating than the blank page.

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A Teachable Moment: A Facilitator’s Guide to Activities for Processing, Debriefing, Reviewing and Reflecting

by Jim Cain, Michelle Cummings and Jennifer Stanchfield. A Teachable Moment is full of processing activities to help participants transfer their learning back to everyday life. It’s perfect for new, as well as seasoned, facilitators.

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