Students share information with many peers, listening to different perspectives.


Part of a lesson (< 60 min).


  • Step 1: the class is divided into two halves.
  • Step 2: one half of the pupils form an inner circle, the other half form an outer circle. The pupils form pairs facing each other, seated or standing.
  • Step 3: learners share information with each other (timed), give their answers to the question/task/problem.
  • Step 4: the outer circle now moves one place (or 2, 3, …) in the same direction to have a new partner. Again, information is shared. So, until most of the questions/problems/tasks are more or less solved.


  • Each student starts a story to be implemented in Figma, shares it with classmates who will indicate different possibilities of evolution and endings.
  • Series of questions with wrong/right options.
  • A series of multiple choice questions.
  • What do you know about … this historical figure, this definition, this application?


  • The pupils in the inner circle have cards with a problem to be solved by consulting three people. (If necessary, also hand out information cards to people in the outer circle).
  • Peer evaluation: students rate the contribution of the three “bystanders”.