A facilitator is a person who helps a group of people to work together better, understand their common objectives, and plan how to achieve these objectives, during meetings or discussions. In doing so, the facilitator remains "neutral", meaning they do not take a particular position in the discussion.[1]

Facilitating discussion

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Carl Rogers did not like the term "teacher" because he felt that the only learning that mattered was student-initiated learning. Instead of "teacher," he preferred the term "facilitator".

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