We found 76 resources with the concept self reflection
Live and Learn and Pass It On
K - 12th CCSS: Designed
New ReviewWhat are some of life's most tried-and-true lessons? Pupils listen to examples from the book Live and Learn and Pass It On by H. Jackson Brown, Jr. They write down their own life lessons to later compile in a class booklet. As a bonus...
Lesson 15: Revise Words In Motion! Dances and TRAIL Marker #3
3rd - 5th CCSS: Designed
Dancers revise their dances based on their peers' feedback and rehearse their final product. A poetry lesson provides scholars the opportunity to reflect in written format before discussing the project with their peers.
Lesson 8: Groups Create Dances Using Prosody; TRAIL Marker #2
3rd - 5th CCSS: Designed
Groups create dances to showcase one phrase from a free-verse poem. Scholars reflect on their learning experience using an assessment in which class members respond to questions and share their feelings with their peers.
Inspire Students Today to Make a Difference in the Future
7th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Your search for a year's worth of leadership lessons is over! A lesson in a character education series provides a full two semesters of inspiring leadership activities. The resource includes individual and group challenges to ensure a...
Looking Back and Moving Forward—Least Squares Regression
9th - 12th CCSS: Designed
Let's all take a moment to review what we've learned. Scholars look back and reflect on their work from a unit on least squares regression. Reflection is important for teachers, too, which is why the lesson gives a chance to consider how...
Reflecting on Your Work—Cardiac Output, Rates of Change, and Accumulation
9th - 12th
Never make the same mistakes again. Young learners reflect on their work from the Cardiac Output unit. They study two additional situations, sediments in the Des Moines River and blood flow in the brain, and consider similarities to the...
19th Century Lessons for 21st Century Lives
10th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
The words of Henry David Thoreau on Civil Disobedience seem particularly relevant today, as are his writings and those of other transcendental thinkers who ask what it mean to live deliberately and what are the responsibilities of...
From Child to Adult
There's no question that the middle schoolers in your class are going through a myriad of transitions. Adolescence brings changes in self esteem, relationships, anatomy, and emotions. Additionally, they will face additional challenges from peers and moral questions, and may need some guidance in key moments. Help developing learners navigate these difficult years with a collection of lessons that focus on important topics to young teenagers.