In this essential guide, Starr Sackstein-a National Board Certified Teacher-explains how teachers can use reflection to help students decipher their own learning needs and engage in deep, thought-provoking discourse about progress. She explains how to help students set actionable learning goals, teach students to reflect on and chart their learning progress, and use student reflections and self-assessment to develop targeted learning plans and determine student mastery.
Filled with practical tips, innovative ideas, and sample reflections from real students, this book shows you how to incorporate self-assessment and reflection in ways that encourage students to grow into mindful, receptive learners, ready to explore a fast-changing world.
|Publisher:||Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.80(d)|
Table of Contents
What Is Reflection and Why Should We Teach It?
Getting Started with Reflection
Teaching Students to Self-Assess
Making Time to Reflect
Using Data from Reflection to Assess for Learning
Related ASCD Resources
About the Author