Takeaways from the Buck Institute of Education’s latest Google Hangout on “Reflection in Gold Standard PBL.”
“Students love praise, and it often transcends into feelings of self-worth, intelligence, and joy.”- Avra Robinson
Artful Thinking, by Project Zero out of Harvard, teaches us how to reflect on the many forms of art in a deeper and richer manner.
4 Levels of Reflections
“Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.”
― Søren Kierkegaard
The ability to look back at one’s learning and apply that learning to future learning experiences is a skill that can be modeled and taught to the youngest of students.
According to Jon Mueller, “The reflection phase holds the most promise for promoting student growth.”
We do not learn from experience, we learn from reflecting on experience. -John Dewey
Earlier this week, Grant Lichtman spent a day with our teachers, staff, and administrators. He didn’t spend a great deal of time just speaking to us but instead he posed questions and gave challenges. Grant also had a way with analogies. The one that struck me was the analogy of the vase, rocks, and sand. […]