My thoughts on your question. Whenever you have content that does not benefit from your telling it (eg. can be read on websites, OER, video), share it asynchronously which generally is more accessible to all learners. Then use the synchronous time to discuss/apply the content and interaction. Many interactions can be done asynchronously as well, your topic could have been applied through a synchronous role modeling situation.
Three things that went well:
I liked your icebreaker. This was well-aligned with your content and nicely demonstrated different perspectives between different participants.
You maintained a calm and composed presence, despite the time crunch. I was drawn in through that and I could tell that you care about the topic.
I was somewhat familiar with your topic of situation awareness but I didn't know the framework you used. I liked that model and the way you scaffolded your session to build up to the content and guide us through an experience linked to situation awareness. In the end, the group came up with some strategies that you would have shared which is direct feedback of us achieving your objectives.
Two things to work on:
The introductions took a lot of your time with the large group we had. Consider moving people into breakout rooms or have everyone share with the chat.
When we got to the end, I found myself wanting to learn more about the framework and maybe an opportunity to think about ways to apply this to my own practice