"What is more important: knowledge or imagination?"
"What would you hate to lose? Why?"
"Whose mind would you like to read? Why?"
These are only some examples of the 250 reflective writing prompts included in this activity packet. As an added bonus, each of the reflection journal page prompts are set up as reflection strips which can be taken out at any time during class. Feel free to use these prompts as a written and/or oral form of communication with your students.
"My Reflection Journal" does not include your typical journal prompts. It is unique in the sense that it is digs deeper into reflection as students journal write. The types of questions included in this packet are set up to bring about creativity and a
problem-solving approach to practical situations that many students face in the real world. This helps us focus on the whole child as educators, which is very critical and important in order to meet our students’ needs. This reflection journal will not only allow students to think and write freely, but will hopefully create great classroom conversations and help you get to know your students even better.
A total of 316 pages are included! This will definitely last
for the entire school year... and into the next year, too!