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This activity allows students to reflect upon their academics, social life, and personal wellbeing. It is designed to be completed mid-way through the year or semester.This activity can be completed in one class period. It includes:* Self-evaluation* Reflection on strength and weaknesses* Action pla
This product includes reflection sheets for each subject as well as behavior and classroom reflections. When you have students reflect on their choices, growth, and set goals for themselves, they are more likely to take ownership of their learning! Reflection sheets are perfect for student and paren
Promote self advocacy and self monitoring skills in your students by encouraging them to complete weekly reflection journals that help them monitor their academic classes, specific assignments and projects, and study habits. This includes 16 pages of self monitoring reflection question printable pos
Academic dishonesty is an unfortunate reality for many teachers. Instead of punishing a student with detention, you can turn the moment into a teaching opportunity. This Google Form includes a video on what academic integrity is and reflection questions to help your students understand the importanc
This 6 question survey asks students to reflect deeply on their past experiences with school and learning. Students will self-evaluate on their learning style, successes, and challenges by reflecting on:-past teachers-favorite subjects-learning style assessments-other influential factors -Ex: person
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7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Are you sick of begging students to pay attention to the feedback you spend hours carefully crafting for them?? RRR&R is the solution! Create an engaging and personalized learning opportunity every time you hand back an assignment.Since beginning this practice in my own classroom I have noticed
Upper Elementary and Middle School Edition Help your students change their perspectives on their academic success. It contains 3 graphic organizers, 1 worksheet, and 1 handout. Students differentiate between Growth Mindset and Fixed Mindset, and create goals and actions plans. In addition, they
A simple guide for writing academic reflections including perspective, tense and referencing. Zipped folder includes:infographic as an image and PDF (a great handout or online resource) and PDF slides (perfect to teach from)
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Let your students do the talking at parent-teacher conferences - have them tell their parents what they've learned and what they need support with in reading, writing, overall academics, and behavior ! This Reflection Letter is an easy way for students to communicate their learning goals and progre
This sheet is useful in helping students to analyze all of the projects, assessments, and other assignments they have completed and compiled into their academic portfolio for any class subject! I used this sheet to help my students analyze their social studies portfolios in preparation for an upcomi
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4th - 12th
This is an excellent tool for students to reflect on their grades. It empowers students to take responsibility. Have them fill it out as often as needed.**Be sure to leave a rating and earn TPT credits!**Copyright © A Counselor’s Dream. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by
Foster student self-reflection with these journal pages!My grade uses these pages to start our ELA rotations on Mondays. Following each classroom's social circle, the students return to their desks and spend 10 minutes writing silently on these sheets (the included "sentence starter" board is review
This worksheet can be used to help students reflect on their academic progress from week to week. I use this worksheet when I return graded work by setting a timer for 15 minutes and letting my students sort through their work and then complete an independent reflection. The reflection is sent home
It is important for students to reflect upon their academic year, therefore I created this booklet that helps students express themselves in this "end of the year" writing assessment. This "End of the Academic Year- Reflection Booklet" is a product teacher can use every year! Grade Level: 2nd-7th
I print this for my students to take into the computer lab when we take the MAP (Measures Academic Progress) standardized test. This form allows them to be aware of their previous score, their expected growth target, and reflect on their performance. Our main goal is to work hard and do our pers
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A tool to guide students through self-reflection with the goal of improving grades.
This is a great document to use to goal set with your students throughout the year. Can easily be used to prepare for parent teacher conferences and to present at parent teacher conferences.
You can use these reflections as a weekly check-in with students either in class or during morning/afternoon work time. Hope you enjoy! Please leave feedback and suggestions!
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This 8-page file includes a generic, math, and reading goal record/reflection sheets for students to track, monitor, and reflect on their learning and assessment achievement. Each sheet provides 7 sections for recording and reflection on progress. Sheets are versatile and can be used to record state
This is a generalized rubric for assessing a student response to a prompt in which metacognition/insightful reflection or connections are expected. Ideal as a culminating activity for a lesson or unit, an academic reflection allows students to share what they know in their own words, requiring authe
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8th - 12th
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This is used weekly with students in a special education setting to check grades with their teacher of record. Students keep track of previous grades as well as their current grade, and make an action plan to improve grades for the next week. Once students fill this out, they conference with their r
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7th - 10th
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Academic Feedback is a huge part of the learning process in my classroom! Everyone has areas of strength and weakness- the priority is taking our weaknesses and improving them to make them strengths! To approach feedback in my classroom, we do "glows", which are areas of strength, and "grows", whi
Use as a student self-reflection.
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6th - 12th
I took over for a class in the middle of the year and utilized this as a tool to have seniors look at their goals and ways to achieve them. For questions 8 and 9 you have the students complete the sentence then change "have to" to "choose to" and "can't" to "don't want to" --can be very insightful.
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7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education

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