An excellent beginner's guide to Socratic seminar, you will find the basics, along with some strategies and tips. Definitely start here as you begin your research into using Socratic seminar in your classroom.
I thought this booklet was very helpful in helping me understand how to use Socratic questioning because it explains some of the things you and your students should look for when examining the way the seminar works. It also includes an annotated transcript that shows you some of the reasons for some of the teacher's questions.
Although this article discusses Socratic seminars in middle school, it is applicable to other grade levels as well. And, I think you will find it a simple yet thorough discussion of using Socratic seminar in your classes.
This is a list of questions you can use to get a Socratic seminar started in whatever subject you teach. You can also use it to brainstorm other questions that you think would be appropriate to use in any future seminars.
Preparing your questions in advance is a very important part of the Socratic method, and this article shows that quite clearly. It's helpful even in this example used in a math class that some might find a little more difficult to prepare for discussion.
Socratic seminars can be quick and easy as you can see when you read this article that explains how to put one into practice using simple strategies. At the end of the article, you will also find a few sample lesson plans.
In this video the teacher shows you how she uses Socratic seminar in her classes. She shares her tips, and you can see them in practice. It's a very helpful presentation if you plan on using Socratic seminar with your students.