Student Self-Reflection Data Sheet

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Have learners track and assess their own behavior in class using this handy self-reflection template. They consider three options for each task, circling a smiley face, a neutral face, or a sad face to indicate how they did that day. 

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Instructional Ideas
  • You may not need to do this every day, depending on the learners' needs
  • Consider using the data over time as part of a graphing activity to show learner growth in certain areas
Classroom Considerations
  • There are a lot of exclamation points in the rubric legend. Consider if this is something that will be overwhelming for your students
  • This resource is only available on an unencrypted HTTP website. It should be fine for general use, but don’t use it to share any personally identifiable information
  • Allows for two copies per print—simply cut down the middle
  • Editable format lets you customize for your classroom
  • Visual happy, neutral, and sad faces will help some learners connect with their assessments
  • The second-to-last analysis the learner does uses a different tense than the rest, which are past (i.e. "I stayed organized."). This one indicates a present tense ("I am neat and do not rush through my work"), consider that this may be a confusing change to some students