Advice for Starting Circles?

Suzie Boss Journalist and PBL advocate

Kati,
Thanks for your terrific presentation in today's webinar.
I love the Circles approach and have seen it play out in different ways. (Eagle Rock School in Colorado calls it Gathering, which I describe in this blog: http://www.edutopia.org/building-school-community-eagle-rock).

Can you recommend any resources for teachers who want to incorporate this powerful ritual into their practice? Any advice on what to avoid doing?
Thanks!

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President, Innerchoice Publishing

The Magic Circle, a circle

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The Magic Circle, a circle approach researched by Dr, Lotecka for his doctorate, is still alive and well. Now it's called the Sharing Circle. Free downloads for educators of guidelines, procedures, and circle topics focusing on social and emotional learning are available at-

http://www.innerchoicepublishing.com

Takes the guesswork out of how to do it!

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