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Rules for student reflection & target setting

Rules for student reflection & target setting
Rules for student reflection & target setting
Rules for student reflection & target setting
Rules for student reflection & target setting
Rules for student reflection & target setting
Rules for student reflection & target setting
Rules for student reflection & target setting
Rules for student reflection & target setting
Product Description
When asking students to reflect on their own progress, set targets for the future, suggest strengths and areas for improvements I grew tired of the one word responses and in some cases nothing. This powerpoint (please adapt if you disagree with any of the rules or nonsense examples) is an attempt to get students taking their own progress seriously and being specific in their areas for celebration and improvement.

Whether it be checking through their own work, setting targets at the beginning/ end of term or project or helping their friends this is a blunt attempt to get more than a 'i done good' out of them.
Total Pages
13 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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