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Facilitate Effective Student Reflection During Remote Learning

We want our students to “own” their learning. We want them to set goals, work hard toward reaching those goals, and then develop a plan for overcoming obstacles that occur along the way. Essentially, we want them to be able to attempt, reflect, adjust, and retry until they succeed.

In a self-paced remote-learning environment, this skillset is perhaps even more essential than in a face-to-face classroom. Yes, teachers will do their best to check in and monitor students’ progress, but because of the nature of remote learning, there will not always be an adult immediately available to encourage and guide students through the learning process. Students will need to take on more of this responsibility.

Explore this collection for tips, guidelines, strategies, and tools that you can use to engage students in self-reflection during remote learning.

Structure Student Reflection Activities Effectively for Remote Learning

Review seven tips and guidelines for designing and facilitating effective student reflection during remote teaching and learning.

Tips 8 min Grades K-12 Resource by:

Support Student Reflection With Live Virtual Strategies and Tools

Explore strategies, tips, and tools to promote student self-reflection during synchronous teaching.

Tips 10 min Grades K-12 Resource by:

Support Student Reflection With Self-Paced Virtual Strategies and Tools

Learn strategies, tips, and tools to promote student self-reflection during asynchronous teaching.

Tips 6 min Grades K-12 Resource by:

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