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The Power of Student Reflection

The Power of Student Reflection


In this lesson, you will learn why students should engage in reflection. You will also consider the characteristics of learning tasks that are most likely to promote reflection in your students.

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Notes on "The Power of Student Reflection"

(00:00-00:19) Intro

(00:20-00:33) Objectives

(00:34-03:04) Overview of Student Reflection

(03:05-06:18) Student Reflection Elements

(06:19-07:02) Review & Reflection

Additional Resources

Learning Logs

This West Virginia Department of Education page offers examples and strategies for using student reflective logs. This is a useful resource for teachers interested in using learning logs to improve teaching and learning.

Reflective Journals

This article from TeacherVision provides examples of reflective learning logs. In addition, the article offers student work examples so that teachers have an understanding of what to look for in a completed reflective journal.