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  • Hallie Balcomb

    June 19, 2019 at 9:44 am

    Thank you @kylepearce for your response. 

    I second the need for reflective practice to feel routine. Too often, I wait until the close or start of a marking period to prompt reflection. The moments in between, small and big, are when I should ask students to celebrate growth and devise plans for improvement. 

    Perhaps a written notebook could be this more frequent practice and students could select certain work with a simple photo to highlight on an online portfolio or blog. 

    Thank you again for helping me get my wheels turning on this. If anyone else has suggestions, please share!