In the POST-ASSESSMENT, educators will be able to:
Recognize and recall the concepts and process of reflection in student learning.
Transfer the knowledge to the real-world learning classroom.
Identify effective strategies useful for the educators to guide and facilitate student reflective thinking and learning.
Demonstrate the basic components of a rubric as a method of assessing student learning.
Educators will be given a questionnaire to assess their level of learning and understanding at the end of this mini-course.
1. How do you define reflection in student learning?
2. Which steps in Gibb’s Cycle of Reflection were meaningful for your learning?
3. Why is a reflective learning journal important?
4. How would you use journaling in your classroom?
5. How does a rubric promote your assessment of student learning?
Complete the evaluation at the end of this mini-course. Your feedback will be greatly appreciated and helpful for improving this course.""
1. Did you find this mini-course useful?
2. Was the information helpful for your learning and understanding about reflection?
3. Did it meet your expectations?
4. Please provide additional feedback.
Thank you for your participation.