Circles are a powerful way for people to come together, share their thoughts and feelings, be heard, mourn and heal together. Below are suggestions for a circle to help students share their thoughts and feelings following the massacre of nine people at the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, SC, on...
In this circle activity, students share their thoughts and feelings about events in Ferguson and reflect on a quote about protest from Martin Luther King Jr.
This circle activity invites students to share their feelings about gratitude and to express gratitude for things large and small.
In this activity, timed to coincide with National Coming Out Day, students learn about what it means to "pass" (as straight, as white, as Christian...) and consider what the pressure to "pass" costs individuals and society. The activity is structured as a circle, but can be adapted for use in a...
The remarkable poet and writer Maya Angelou died on May 28, 2014. This activity, structured as a circle, invites students to consider Angelou’s poem Still I Rise. It can be adapted to use in a non-circle format as well.
Students reflect on the school year through a guided visualization, Circle, and community-building activity.