Reflection is a big aspect of all learning. Students need to think about their own growth as learners and thinkers. But they also need to explain this learning to an audience made up of more than their own teachers. Too often, at the high school, parents never see any of the work produced over the course of the year. Instead, parents see only grades. Humanities Nights crosswalks the need for reflection with the need for presenting work. Students are asked to select a number of different assignments or tasks completed over the year and explain their own growth as a learner.