Developmental Reflective Practices Lead to Learner Ownership, Critical Thinking, and Self-Actualization
Regular reflective practices result in the learner having a greater understanding of their contribution to the work and process, their role or roles in the team and their own growth (academic, social and more).
By: Casey O’Meara. The Slate Valley Unified Union School District applies community-focused experiential teaching and facilitation methods to better support deeper learning for its students.
By: Jenny Pieratt. The Founder and President of CraftED Curriculum tackles how to begin teaching self-reflection, peer evaluation, and assessment in early elementary.
During J-term at Lyndon Institute, teachers teach something they are passionate about and let the students decide what they want to learn.