The Co-Facilitator Learning Community

University of Wisconsin - Madison


CFLC Benchmarking Survey

The CFLC provides an intentional space for ongoing learning and honing facilitation capacities. It is open to all staff, faculty, students, and community members. A responsive facilitator intentionally engages in discovering and understanding her/his filters, frames, and lenses, which shapes their understanding of self and others. No matter what the formal title, or context at work, one is engaged in facilitating conversations/interactions. Behind every successful communication and interaction is an actively self aware facilitator. Based upon this assumption, the OED has developed a unique hybrid participant-facilitator facilitation model.
This allows for the facilitator to continue their learning.

CFLC Expectations:

* During the Fall and Spring Semesters, the CFLC meets every 2 weeks for 2 hours, (DAY AND TIME TO BE DETERMINED BY PARTICIPANTS).

* If you are serving as a co-facilitator for any OED Learning Communities, you will decide with your co-facilitator team the length and frequency of meeting times.  

* You may be asked to join as a co-facilitator to support requests OED receives from across campus and beyond for inclusive excellence related programming facilitation.

For more information about the program please contact Seema Kapani, Director of the Leaning Communities:

183 Bascom Hall
500 Lincoln Drive
Madison, Wisconsin 53706
608/262-6284 // 263-2378
TTY: 608/263-2473
FAX: 608/263-5562