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Encouraging Student Self-Reflection

Anchor chart for helping students purposefully self-reflect on learning.

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Assessing the Assessment – Student Reflections (For The Love of Teaching Math)

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

Math Journal Reflection Prompts

Looking for a way to tie your math lesson together? Or to see if your students have mastered what you have taught? This printable includes a list of 8 responses that your students can use to reflect on the daily math lesson. Two copies are included on each 8 1/2 by 11 sheet. Perfect for stapling right into your students' notebooks for easy and quick reference!

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from Math Coach's Corner

Encouraging Student Self-Reflection

Math Talk - Math Share time? Encouraging Student Self-Reflection | http://www.mathcoachscorner.com/2016/10/student-self-reflection/

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from Teaching to Inspire with Jennifer Findley

10 Ways to Get Students Writing in Math

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This free file features a student learning self-reflection, great for inclusion in a portfolio or to initiate student-led conferences.It includes space for students to reflect on things they do well and things they need to work on in reading, writing, and math, as well as effort and behavior.This file is not editable.Clip art by Melonheadz and Bubbly Borders and More.Thanks for downloading!

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This "mini word wall" sample has four different words relating to geometry and spatial reasoning. Each word and graphic is colorful, handmade, and eye-catching. The words are reflection, rotation, translation, and dilation. Make this page into a poster, hang on your word wall, turn into flash cards, or print for each individual student. Enjoy!

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