I took Sharing Circle for 6th Standard students on where is food comes from all students were excited to share their learning and all are discussed very well ,and its help them to remembering the topics very quickly ,
Build relationships and community:
Circles give everyone a voice, allowing classmates to get to know each other more deeply and enhancing the ability to have difficult conversations when needed.
Because circles can be so powerful, they necessitate closure. There are a couple ways to do this. You can keep it light with a group high five or a silly coordination game. You can do a witness round in which participants share one word on.