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As teachers, we often ask our students to set S.M.A.R.T. (specific, measurable, attainable, relevant/realistic, time-oriented) goals. So, in my classroom, I have my students do interim and end of marking period reflections. We use Genesis grading portal, so I print out a list of their grades and pai
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6th - 8th
It's report card season! Looking for a way to have your students reflect on their progress this marking period? This is a great way for students to reflect on what they do well and where they need improvement and set goals for themselves. I love to put these in their learning portfolios and pull o
It's time to collect some very important data from your students! Giving your students the opportunity to reflect on their academic progress in class and overall school year is priceless. The feedback is valuable and it will help you with your lesson planning as the year progresses. This assignment
Do you want your students to honestly reflect on their progress in your course for the marking period? Are they virtual in some capacity?This is the sheet for you!The first page is 15 questions which students will respond to by selecting one of the following choices: Never, Sometimes, Often or Alway
Use this at the end of a grading marking period to help students reflect on their grades! Quick, easy to answer questions to help students think and reflect personally, as well as for you as the teacher to see their mindset and needs as learners.
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This is a Google Slide show (or) Power point "End of the Marking Period" project. You can also just have students answer the posed questions and not do a Google slide/powerpoint. This 2 page packet includes guided questions that have students reflect on their learning. It is meant for teachers who t
Use this at the end of each marking period to have your students reflect on their performance. This metacognitive assignment is helpful to train students in reflective practice, so that they may make connections between the grade on their report card and their daily effort in school. reflection, l
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7th - 10th
Students reflect upon their progress over the course of a marking period. Several aspects of the elementary day are specified for reflection and then it is required that students create goals and a plan for the following marking period. Most useful if used before students receive report cards and he
This assignment can be used as an end of unit, marking period, or school year reflection. Students use Pathbrite to create a virtual portfolio to reflect on what they have learned, successes, challenges, etc. Used in a classroom with 1:1 devices and the utilization of Google Classroom for most assig
Basic 5-question survey for students to reflect on their work, learning, and activities from a marking period or unit.
Students are given the opportunity to reflect on the marking period. Teachers will have the chance to understand the students' perspective on their work ethic.
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Marking Period/Monthly Class Participation Self-Reflection (100 pts)additional resource: Daily Class Participation Rubric (20 pts)*detail information, see https://chinesecidiary.home.blog/
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6th - 12th
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This is a writing reflection form for students to fill out each quarter. They write down their personal preferences, thoughts, and ideas. This is then shared with the teacher and parent along with the writing pieces from the marking period. This form has been very insightful in my classroom as th
This set of math conference sheets is designed to be printed front-to-back so you have additional areas for student notes to go behind each sheet.There are 3 options for student lists - 10 lines, 15 lines, and 20 linesThere is also a cover page for your binder!There are two different layouts - 4 tim
•PRIOR to Parent/Teacher conferences, use this Google Form to have students reflect on the marking period!•In this form students will share their improvements, challenges, goals for next quarter, and a behavior/social skills evaluation.EVERYTHING IN THIS FORM IS EDITABLE so you can customize it to f
This sheet asks students to reflect on their academic progress and can be used halfway through each marking period, monthly, weekly, or as frequently as needed. This allows students to self-asses, helps to hold them accountable for missing assignments, and ensures that there are no “surprises” with
I made this sheet as a way to hold students accountable for their learning behaviors. It's a report card for them to fill out about their effort and behaviors. The report requires students to rate themselves on 11 key learning behaviors. There's also a spot for students to write a comment about t
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Are your students struggling to stay on top of assignments for your class? Are you working to help students build responsibility and independence in your classroom? If so, consider adding this assignment tracker to your classroom routine. This word file gives students a place first to set assignm
This tool can be used to document how students feel about learning Math. I created this last year prior to parent/teacher conferences so I could use a student's self-reflection to begin the conversation with parents. I then placed the completed forms in student data folders. This can be used for
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4th - 7th
This editable Google Forms resource includes 11 Questions that encourage students to reflect on their distance learning experience, detailing what worked well and what did not work well for them. Use this valuable data to help inform instruction for the next marking period and throughout the year -
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These five printables allow students to reflect on a variety of topics. One sheet is dedicated to social skills and allows students to check off behaviors they demonstrated successfully. They can also indicate areas where improvement was needed. This is especially useful for children with ADHD or
Help your students become more aware of their learning habits. The Reflective Learning Process allows for students to intentionally reflect and become more active learners. This Reflection Doc can be adapted to your classes but was used as a Recovery Project to earn some points at the end of the Mar
I made this sheet as a way to hold my math students accountable for their learning behaviors. It's a report card for them to fill out about their effort and behaviors. The report requires students to rate themselves on 11 math learning behaviors. There's also a spot for students to write a comment a
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I've struggled to find the balance of making sure my students have really read the books for their 40 Boook Challenge without taking too much time away from their reading. Problem solved! I created this quick reflection sheet that will hold students accountable, let me quickly see if they really

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