Inside Outside Circle

Inside Outside Circle

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“This discussion technique gives students the opportunity to respond to questions and/or discuss information with a variety of peers in a structured manner. Students form two concentric circles and exchange information with a partner until the teacher signals the outer circle to move in one direction, giving each student a new peer to talk to.” – Inside Outside Circles, The Teacher Toolkit

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