Co-Creating Dialogue and Meeting Needs of Peer Dialogue Facilitators

Annika Clemens, Andrew S Blom

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The design and delivery of IGD programs requires thoughtful decision-making about how to distribute responsibility and workload to meet the needs of peer facilitators in their own learning, in balancing demands on time and energy, and in holistic care. Drawing upon a pilot evaluation from our own campus, we will explore how peer facilitators rate their needs in each of these areas and offer an assessment model to guide programs in thinking about how to structure responsibilities and support to meet these needs.
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Jun 9 2019
EventBiennial Conference on Intergroup Dialogue - Amherst, Massachusetts
Duration: Jun 9 2019Jun 9 2019


ConferenceBiennial Conference on Intergroup Dialogue


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