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Ashyia, you did a wonderful job in creating a safe space by giving the group a warm welcome, introducing the whole team, asking open questions and taking care of those in a warm and thoughtful way. You were listening closely, paraphrased the replies and resonated with the participants' replies and comments.
You contextualized the content perfectly by elucidating the structure of the programme. The way you did that, namely by asking a question was wonderfully engaging and it was a perfect segway to checking-in. The easiness of your dialogue with the group was very professional.
You were aware of triggers and dealt with the material carefully. Mentioning the Implicit bias test was a plus. Just be aware that this has come under some scrutiny lately and should be taken with a grain of salt.
You did a great job in facilitating the activity 'Hi- Who are you?' by revealing some beautiful observations on the activity. Please remember to discuss labeling here a bit, though after the activity. We don't want to give too much away before the activity begins.
The easiness of dialogue between you and the group/individuals has been amazing. Time-management has been great and you have been carfeful with other facilitator's time. Teamwork has been amazing.
Your short introductory calming practice 'attention for today' was a beautiful idea, created a pleasant and relaxed, yet awake atmosphere right at the beginning and it was nicely facilitated.
Being a teacher you might want to be careful with facilitating, rather than teaching. CITs' content needs sometimes more space than other material so that the participants can apply and achieve their own personal aha-moments. This might be particularly challenging when facilitating CIT to kids/the own students.