I see, I think, I feel

When Dr. Brocato first asked us to sit on the floor in a circle, I was a little concerned with how the class period was going to proceed. Once she described group meetings and asked us to participate in one, I was a little more confused on what we would need to discuss as a class because group meetings were done in a different setting at Optimus High school. My initial thought was that students with behavioral problems would need to discuss their problems with others in this kind of setting because there were others around and they would feel comfortable (after a few months, of course); however, once we finished, I was impressed with the group meeting and everything we accomplished. I like that we were able to openly express how we were feeling about the class without any reprimands; similarly, I think it was important for Dr. Brocato to also express her thoughts about our feelings. Dr. Brocato found out how miscommunication has affected us while we also got a sneak peak into her brain about the miscommuncation made her feel..

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