Get your students thinking about their learning with this unique reflection tool. Students will answer guided prompts to sketch their reflections!
Students will think about the project/assignment as a whole, and break down any barriers that impacted their learning. Students will self-assess their productivity and methods for completing work. Then students will apply these skills to better understand themselves as a learner.
There are three different options of Reflect 'n' Sketch guided questions/prompts. Perfect for secondary students! I have also provided an example to get students thinking about their own sketches!
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