Create a behaviour reflection form for students to reflect on their social and emotional strengths and needs.
Create a self-report card for students to reflect on their academic strengths and needs.
Use self-reflection forms to encourage students to take ownership of their learning and behaviours.
By the end of this project, you will have created a self-report card and a behaviour reflection form for student self-reflection. You will also be equipped with suggestions for how to use these documents with students. Encouraging our students to reflect on their learning is one of many goals we have as teachers. One valuable way to do this is by allowing our students to share their perspective on the school year. What areas are going well for them? What areas do they see where they could grow? When students identify their own areas for growth, they will be more motivated to set goals to improve in these areas and work to achieve those goals. Throughout each task, we will work together to create documents that you can use with students for self-reflection and can also be used with parents to show their child’s perspective on their school year. *You will need a free Google account for this project.
In a video that plays in a split-screen with your work area, your instructor will walk you through these steps:
Use the key features of Google Docs
Create a self-report card template
Add success criteria to the self-report card
Create a behaviour reflection form
Add success criteria to the behaviour reflection form
Your workspace is a cloud desktop right in your browser, no download required
In a split-screen video, your instructor guides you step-by-step
The Guided project is great. It is simple and very easy to follow. The instructor allows time for the student to modify as the student sees it fit. Great project.
Thanks alot. This is a big help to us teachers. God bless. . .
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