What is a reflection question?

What is a reflection question?

Reflective questioning is a technique in which the mentor asks questions designed to encourage the beginning teacher to discuss and analyze her or his practice. Asking reflective questions allows the mentor to: Prompt the beginning teacher to explore his or her ideas and “make sense” of them. …

What should I ask my students at the end of the semester?

Either way, I ask some general questions about the semester:

  • What worked or didn’t work in helping you learn?
  • What would help next time?
  • How has your perspective changed since the beginning of the class?
  • What will you take away from the course?
  • How did the format of the class affect your learning and your motivation?

What is a final in school?

A final examination, annual, exam, final interview, or simply final, is a test given to students at the end of a course of study or training. Although the term can be used in the context of physical training, it most often occurs in the academic world.

What are some good reflection questions for students?

Students often provide some of the most insightful observation we need to grow as educators. But, the type of feedback we receive depends on the questions we ask. In this post, you’ll find some important student reflection questions for learning. In teacher circles, I’ve noticed some common topics of conversation.

How to reflect on the past school year?

To help you reflect on past school year, Colorín Colorado has put together some reflection questions with the input of a group of veteran educators and teacher leaders, as well as a list of questions and writing prompts for students.

At the end of a semester or school year, I’ve always asked my students specific reflection questions about ELA concepts – reading, writing, and so on. Their answers always motivate me. I look forward to reading them – both the good and the bad.

What are the prompts for the presence reflection form?

Here at Presence, there are five main prompts that we encourage you to use. These are set as the default questions in our software when you start customizing your reflection form. They’re simple, broad, and practical. These questions go deeper and deeper as they go on, similar to the way Bloom’s Taxonomy works.