Do you ask your students to look back at their work and reflect on their progress? If so, are you integrating the tools of depth and complexity into these reflections?
- Ask students to examine the change over time in their scores.
- Tell students to look for patterns in the type of questions missed.
- Encourage them to notice if the simply misunderstood a rule.
- Perhaps students need to notice a recent trend in their work.
Language Arts Example
Here’s a language arts reflection I use in my classroom that incorporates the thinking tools. ELA Reflection with Depth and Complexity
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