By Jennifer Stanchfield. Group facilitators face the dilemma of how best to assist a group of participants in learning deeply. Experiential education requires participant activity–mental or physical–and enthusiasm to guide sessions to meet the group’s needs and objectives. Facilitators, then, must keep in mind key ingredients to making sessions work while remaining open to the group’s direction. Tips and Tools explores the facilitator’s role in groups of all kinds and offers tools and activities to enhance group sessions. Jen reflects on aspects of effective facilitating, including personal style and a firm understanding of group backgrounds. Strategies are offered to increase participant involvement and growth through efficient sequencing and reflection. Tips and Tools serves as a guide and an inspiration for group facilitators who seek out new materials to help spark creativity, provide new insight, and encourage success.