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Welcome to the Full-Circle Learning website. We are happy to introduce you to a learning model that has raised the capacity of many thousands of teachers to ignite the potential of students in 35 nations over more than a quarter century.

Our philosophy statement has always honored the nobility of each indigenous culture as we help young people embrace their role as society's change agents and humanitarians.

In Full-Circle Learning classrooms, students come to understand not only what and how but why to learn. They transform communities and improve the well being of their human family.
Within each learning unit, Full-Circle Learners deeply embrace one habit-of-heart, integrating it into each academic content area and into their personal choices, applying the arts to teach it to others, and infusing it into relevant conflict resolution dilemmas. 

These processes and new skills all culminate in a service related to public health, food insecurity, economics, environment, agriculture, eldercare, gender equity, peacemaking, corruption or some other local issue. 

The students' then compare notes on their problem-solving approach and direct service with wisdom exchange partners in a classroom across the globe. With the next learning unit, a new habit and a new challenge await them.

Over the years, their altruistic identities, actions and excellent skills guide the children toward lives of applied curiosity, compassion and creativity. 

Envisioning their sense of purpose as a basic right of every child not only benefits the one; it also better ensures that each new generation will maximize its potential to assuage the afflictions of humankind.

These learners have indeed, discovered the meaning of true achievement, and so have their supporters. Thank you so very much for sharing their vision.
Loving thanks,
Teresa Langness

Founding President 

Full-Circle Learning Board 

Some of the Countries Where FCL Has Served Children and Teachers

Afghanistan, Australia, Brazil, Bolivia, Cameroon, Chad, China, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Haiti, India, Indonesia, Japan, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Mexico, Nigeria, Norway, Senegal, South Africa, Sudan, Tanzania, Tonga, USA, Zambia

For a complete list please visit
the Global Sites section.