Reflection: Start Stop Continue
Reflection: The Heart of Learning
Reflection is perhaps the most important thing in becoming self-directed,
Without reflection, learners might learn content, but they are not growing as learners. Yet, we do not give the space and time for students to reflect. I have been guilty of it myself, sacrificing reflection time for more content, because, well, I think it is so important for them to know it. And, I am wrong for doing so. So, why don’t we do it?
Some reasons we tell ourselves that causes us to skip reflection:
- It takes too long
- Students are not engaged or do not care
- Don’t know how
- Too much content to cover
- We might not really believe reflection matters
Reflection Made Easy
- What do I/we Start doing?
- What so I/we Stop doing?
- What do I/we Continue doing?
|Agile Classrooms Reflection: Start
Reflecting on Reflections
- What might be possible if you created opportunities for reflection more often?
- What kind of school would we have if had a culture of reflection?
- What do you have to stop, start, or continue to make it possible?
Your Call to Action
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