Radical Learning
Facilitation Support

Join our Facilitation Support where you get the help you need in order to boost your facilitation skills during a year long program!

The 4 week Agile Facilitator Intensive is for you if you want to:

  • Deepen your confidence and facilitation skills and have a good understanding of what self-directed learning is.
  • Develop new practices to shed oxidized beliefs & habits in order to be able to hold space for self-directed learners.
  • Support learners to develop autonomy & independence.
  • Learn to build consent-based, trusting and authentic relationships with learners, facilitators and parents.
  • Deepen your understanding of how an ALC operates and how to cultivate a culture of trust & appreciation.
  • Get support from a professional and experienced SDE-team.

We know that facilitation can be daunting and it takes skill and practice to be able to accompany youth in their self-directed journey without projecting our own fears and hang ups. It requires us to deschool ourselves and shed oxidized beleifs that inhibit us from showing up as authentic, aware beings, able to hold space for youth. Facilitation not only requires an understanding of Agile tools, but also embodies personal growth and co-learning & creation.

In this 12 month facilitation Support Program we share our experience, knowledge, knohow and expertise in order to support you to dive into sharpening your communication, conflict resolution and facilitation skills.

Some of the themes covered:

  • Agile tools for intentional culture creation
  • Fostering choice and autonomy of all people
  • Building equitable relationships
  • Boundary setting
  • Radical self-acceptance
  • Power of an apology
  • Conflict resolution
  • Working consent-based with kids

When facilitating a self-directed learning environment, the starting point is always the relationship between the facilitators and kids. The goal is to liberate ourselves from the oppressive patterns that show up in our facilitation and replace them with consent-based, trusting and authentic relationships with kids, where collaboration - not obedience - is the objective.

A healthy learning space can only exist when each individual member feels accepted and supported. That's why it's so important that we not only understand the importance of doing this work on an intellectual level, but also face our responsibility as adults and learn how to center relationship with kids.

We understand that this work is hard and know facilitators can use all the support we can get, and so we have created a Facilitation Support program that does just that.


  • Meet live online 1x per month (2 hours/session, 12 sessions in total).
  • Dive into reflection & accountability practices.
  • Share and hear personal stories to learn with and from one another.
  • Have access to a private online group where we build community, share resources, discuss the challenges we face and support each other in the process.

**Group size will be min 5, max 10 people.

Starting in October,  1 Saturday per month (exact dates yet to be defined).

10:00-12:00 AM CST - 17:00-19:00 CET

$150 USD/session ($1800 for all sessions).

*** We do everything possible to meet participants where they are and supplement costs when supporting funds are available. By trusting participants to be generous and reasonable we increase our accessibility and the diversity of our group. If you need support with the cost, please indicate that in your registration form that will be sent out to you once you enroll.
  • This is not about speed, this is about the process and doing deep work.
  • You will get out what you put in. In other words, the outcome will depend on your own efforts and commitment to the process.
  • Our hope is by the end of these sessions you will have shifted:
    • From confusion to more clarity in your role as a facilitator.
    • From insecurity to more confidence in your facilitation.
    • From control to more trust in your relationships with youth.

Hi! We’re Sari González and Becka Koritz: unschooling moms, podcasters, youth liberation advocates, parent & facilitator trainers & founders of Radical Learning™.

We train and support facilitators to free themselves of adultistic programmings that block equitable relationships with our youth, and true consent-based support from taking place. 

It's deschooling work combined with our
 30+ years of experience working with kids, coaching parents and training facilitators.

We provide support at the intersection of SDE facilitation, relationship & community building through various kinds of deschooling tools and resources for facilitators.

We also run Explora ALCan Agile Learning Community in Puerto Escondido, advocating for children’s rights & freedom.



Questions? View our FAQ or contact us at info@radical-learning.org