Students can use digital tools or posters to share their reflections and learning goals in response to these questions from the blog or other questions they think of.
- What did I do well this year?
- Why did I do well in this area?
- Where do I need to grow?
- What things will I challenge myself with next year?
Some ideas for digital reflection projects:
- Use Flipgrid, iMovie, or another recording tool to record responses to reflection questions
- Create a Google Slide presentation with a slide for each reflection question and add in some visuals
- Use Educreations, Pic Collage, Seesaw, Google Drawings, or another digital tool to create a reflection poster
- Use Powtoon for an interactive response to reflection questions
- Create a reflection infographic
These are just a few ideas. Consider giving students a choice on the digital tool they use to create. The questions give them a starting point to reflect on their learning and growth. The creation aspect helps students take ownership and it's fun!
Articles about reflection and risk taking by George Couros