Research shows that reflection plays a critical role in student mastery and retention of learning. Each week, my students use 3 reflection sheets – a plus and delta sheet, as well as, two general Learning Reflection sheets (one for math and one for reading). Throughout the year, I have seen these reflection sheets help focus students and their learning. Students are more mindful of their choices knowing they are being held accountable.
Included in this resource:
*Explicit examples of reflection in my classroom
*Reading Choices Reflection Sheet (teacher table, listening to reading, read to self, read to a partner, word work)
*Guided Math Choices Reflection Sheet
*Learning Reflection Sheet
*End-of-the-Day Plus/Delta Sheet (includes day and behavior reflection)
*Reflection sheets provided in multiple formats to accommodate a variety of classrooms (primary and intermediate). These duplicate pages are not included in the Page Count
Templates for the end-of-day reflection sheet, reading reflection sheet, and math reflection sheet (Must have PowerPoint 2007 or newer to edit. No clipart is included on editable sheets.)
If you have any questions, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Happy Reflecting!
The Brown-Bag Teacher
***For other teaching and learning resources, check out my Editable Classroom Newsletters and Primary Math Centers.