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* *Reflection: Student Self-Assessment
Student Self-Assessment: One-Step Equations & Inequalities - Section 2: Reflection Procedure

During this video, I speak about the importance of ensuring that your students self assess.

*Student Self Assessment*

*Student Self-Assessment: Student Self Assessment*

# Student Self-Assessment: One-Step Equations & Inequalities

Lesson 15 of 15

## Objective: Students will be able to identify areas of growth and areas where performance needs improvement.

*70 minutes*

After completing a unit of instruction, it is very important for students to be given an opportunity to reflect on their performance. A successful reflection opportunity enables a student to identify how they have grown, as well as what they can to do to improve their achievement.

When reflecting on their own work, an individual becomes more responsible for that work. When feedback is given to you, you can look at the feedback and consider it. When an individual sits back analyzes his/her own performance work and reflects on ways that they could have done better, he/she has the opportunity to consider the relationship between self-belief, performance, and personal goals. In most cases, someone else's critique of your work means less your own reasoned evaluation.

The reflection opportunity in this lesson is my effort to help my students feel better connected to their learning. It is my goal to help my students become reflective learners who care about their work and want to improve their work continually. For this reason, in today's reflections I will highlight the important role that intrinsic motivation plays in the learning process.

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#### Reflection Procedure

*60 min*

Today, I will have my students complete a Self-Assessment of their performance on the unit assessment. This data driven reflection will be followed by a reflective essay.

- Each student will complete the reflection form. Using the form students document their given answers and compare them to the correct answers. Then, students work to reproduce the correct answer for questions missed. During this process they explain how or why they did not correctly complete the problem during the assessment.
- After completing the answer comparison, the students will complete survey questions concerning the lessons taught during the unit and the student's study habits. Students are asked for ways that I can improve future lessons to help keep them engaged. They are also asked to describe their study habits.

The final piece of today's lesson is for students to write a brief goal setting essay describing ways in which he/she can do to improve his/her performance in mathematics as a new unit of instruction begins.

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- LESSON 1: Unit 4 Pre-Assessment
- LESSON 2: Keeping it in Balance: One Step Equations
- LESSON 3: A Rational Balancing Act: One Step Equations Continued
- LESSON 4: One-Step Algebraic Problem Solving
- LESSON 5: One-Step Equations... How Do They Function?
- LESSON 6: The One-Step Equation & Its Many Faces
- LESSON 7: Unit 4 Quiz 1: One-Step Equations
- LESSON 8: Inequalities
- LESSON 9: The Different Ways to Represent An Inequality
- LESSON 10: So Many Options: Solving One-Step Inequalities
- LESSON 11: Inequalities in the Real-World
- LESSON 12: Unit 4 Quiz 2: One-Step Equations
- LESSON 13: Unit 4: Addressing What They Still Don't Get
- LESSON 14: Unit 4 Assessment:One-Step Equations & Inequalities
- LESSON 15: Student Self-Assessment: One-Step Equations & Inequalities