Reflection: Student Feedback Human Body 2.0 - Presentation Day - Section 3: Project Reflection


When I originally prepared the reflection piece for the students who participate in this project, I was thinking in terms of having them write a response similar to what they write in their Blogs, and have done in previous projects. Since the students have become very familiar with them, some have become somewhat formulaic (and at times boring to read). That is why I decided to change the question set for this project, and am very pleased with the results. Not only were the students once again challenged to think deeply about the experience, but I now have that "advice" that they are giving to future participants.

I plan to use the advice the students wrote particularly in regards to the importance of sound research and planning, presenting it as soon as the project is introduced (examples). I am also thinking about having the current students re-read their own advice as we engage in our next project.

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Human Body 2.0 - Presentation Day

Unit 5: Human Body 2.0
Lesson 6 of 6

Objective: Students will be able to present and defend their Human Body 2.0 project.

Big Idea: After all the hard work, it's time to demonstrate what's been learned.

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