Self-Reflection

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Participants will:

  • Deepen understanding of the role of self-reflection in the thinking process.

  • Explore how educators design to support self-reflection during the learning process.

  • Design or redesign a learning experience to support the self-reflection process.

Google Slides: Self-Reflection

Online Course: Self-Reflection

Webinar: Self Reflection

Self-reflection is a necessary component of the learning process as it empowers learners to take ownership of their learning. As educators, we must intentionally design opportunities for our learners to engage in self-reflection. In this session, we will explore how to design these opportunities and identify strategies that support self-reflection.

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Learners vary along the continuum of reflection, but educators can support learner self-reflection by exploring the depth of their thinking through levels of questioning based on Bloom’s revised taxonomy (Huang, 2017).

How might varying the depth of questions educators and learners use during self-reflection lead to deeper and more meaningful learning experiences?

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Featured Resources: Self-Reflection

Self-Reflection
This month's resource is a brief overview of the concept of metacognition. This video can help educators introduce the concept of metacognitive thinking to students. The relevance of metacognitive thinking is articulated in seven questions aimed at students.