REFLECTIVE WRITE


  • “As educators, a central part of our job is to help young people become more conscious of what they are learning, how they go about it and what the learning can mean to them.” p 96
  • Students are asked to reflect on the learning and the task
  • The reflection may be informal, a brief in class jotting on a note card or a full page where kids write down as quickly as possible, like the non stop write.
  • Teachers need to provide prompts – facts you learnt; connections, thoughts, questions, empathising with the facts; what did you do well throughout the project? Research? Rewording? Group work? Using technology? Bibliography?