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==Self Reflection==
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Once you have taught your unit, use this [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1haScG9kTbzG-WkgPU18oRQoXxBDzETEdmXKUg3JOCyg/edit?usp=sharing form] to complete a self-reflection on the unit. Since this is a Google Doc please make a copy for yourself.
  
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Now post a link to both your unit plan and self-reflection [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1g6yGgYCamU-YBm7yymtT_6NpYBYmsHNeDqgkO8X8ujw/edit?usp=sharing here] in order to have a peer sign up and give you feedback on your unit plan. Feedback should be given through using the Comment feature in the Google Doc.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 17:26, 18 April 2019

Objective

Participants will be able to evaluate their unit.

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Track Your Learning

Assess where you are at thus far in the unit by using the Promoting Student Autonomy in the Classroom Scale Remember to use the copy you made in Lesson 1.

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Self Reflection

Once you have taught your unit, use this form to complete a self-reflection on the unit. Since this is a Google Doc please make a copy for yourself.

Peer Reflection

Now post a link to both your unit plan and self-reflection here in order to have a peer sign up and give you feedback on your unit plan. Feedback should be given through using the Comment feature in the Google Doc.

Navigation

Go on to Lesson 6: How can I revise my unit?

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