What facilitators do Connections book discussion facilitators are writers, professors, artists, teachers, librarians, scholars and others who are passionate about sharing literature and discussing ideas with adult learners. Facilitators coordinate class preparation with the teacher, research authors and historical contexts of the books, prepare materials and activities for book discussions and lead discussions and activities. Many facilitators bring what they love to Connections: writing and drama exercises, cooking, art, artifacts, music and more. Connections discussions are lively and fun!
Meet our Facilitators
Guide for Teachers and Facilitators
W9 Form for Facilitators
Tips for Facilitators
Connections Reading List
Virtual book discussion resources for Connections facilitators
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