Promoting SEAL through circle time

Promoting SEAL through circle time

7-page PDF document promoting Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning through circle time for secondary students. “Circle time sessions provide a potential vehicle for the classroom delivery of the SEAL curriculum. Circle time is a time set aside each week when a whole class of young people and their teacher sit in a circle and explicitly engage in a structured programme of games, experiential activities, discussion and relaxation strategies … It aims to provide an emotionally safe forum for participants to engage with a range of key issues, including peer relationships, conflict resolution, shared goal setting, justice, friendship, democratic principles, respect for individual differences and freedom of choice.”

  • Format: pdf
  • Publisher: Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning for secondary schools (SEAL)
  • Resource Release Date: 01/01/2007
  • Topics: Administrator Resources, Communication, Dialogue Programs, Restorative Practices, and Understanding Emotion in Conflict
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