In our Touchpoints training with the sites in the IELC, the facilitators utilized the Touchpoints reflective practice model as our process for planning and implementation. This model is an iterative cycle that parallels our community-based inquiry cycles and the cycles of our natural world. In this process, the facilitators gathered information about the participants and communities, adapted activities and questions to meet the needs/interests of the group, and then reflected on the training sessions in preparation for future sessions with these cohorts and future trainings with other groups. (author abstract)
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