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Include Students through Reflection and Evaluation

Including students in the learning process, whether through explaining the purpose of an assignment, asking for ideas, or having students assess their own learning, helps them to become more engaged in their education.

This resource shares ideas for how to guide students in evaluating and reflecting on their work. These self-assessments help them set goals for the future, and provide useful feedback to teachers on what students learned from assignments and lessons.

For the full text of the Landmark Teaching Principles™, including “Include Students in the Learning Process,” click here.

Strategies to Download:

Reflection: Class Wrap-ups

This activity helps students focus on what they learned and how they performed in class. The activity helps them identify skills/concepts that still need practice.

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Self-Evaluation:

Language Arts: Research Paper

This activity helps students evaluate the process of writing a research paper they completed and set goals for their next assignment. (The example can be shortened for use with younger students.)

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Mathematics: Project

This activity helps students evaluate the project they completed and set goals for their next assignment. (The example can be shortened for use with younger students.)

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Let us know what you think! Email outreach@landmarkschool.org to share your thoughts and strategies.

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