Developing the Skill of Self-reflection

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A teacher at Monsignor Fee Otterson School helps students develop the skill of self-reflection.

Key Points

  • Exemplars help students identify the qualities of effective work.
  • A supportive environment helps students develop confidence so they are open to receiving feedback and reflecting on their work in progress.
  • Self-reflection helps students take ownership of their growth and learning.

Discussion Questions

  • How can student self-reflection play a greater role in our classrooms?
  • What additional support and instruction will students need in order to be successful?

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