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and our mission.
We are pleased to be able provide the following resources for people
involved in NSRF work or those of you who want to find out more:
A protocol consists of agreed upon guidelines for a conversation.
This type of structure permits very focused conversations to occur.
We use protocols for looking at student and adult work, giving and
receiving feedback, solving problems or dilemmas, observing classrooms
or peers, to push thinking on a given issue and to structure a discussion
around a text.
NSRF National Facilitators have undertaken a year-long training and internship process beyond the five-day training for new Critical Friends Group® coaches, in order to be fully certified to train new CFG coaches. (Click here to see the difference between National Facilitators and CFG Coaches) The pages beyond this password-protected link contain materials and forms specific to National Facilitators' needs.
NSRF Connections Journal
Connections is a free journal (in pdf form) published bimonthly
which provides a forum of articles and ideas surrounding the work of
Glossary of NSRF Terms
Definitions of common National School Reform Faculty Terms.