Reflection: Student Self-Assessment Day 'O' Reflection - Section 1: Reflection Worksheet with Discussion


Highly effective teachers reflect all the time. But are our students also reflecting on their performance? I like this questionnaire because it forces students to ask tough questions: what have I learned this trimester?

Reflection is a skill that must be taught. Why is reflection important? It makes us better people. I want my students to strive to be the best versions on themselves. Reflection is an important piece of the puzzle.

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Day 'O' Reflection

Unit 9: Special Days (Holidays & In Between Formal Units)
Lesson 2 of 6

Objective: SWBAT reflect upon first trimester reading goals.

Big Idea: We made it through the first trimester of middle school! How many books did you read this trimester? Which was your favorite? Students spend the day reflecting and creating a poster for the room.

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