Week #3 Completion of Paragraphs and Visual Board Display

Week #3 Completion of Paragraphs and Visual Board Display

This is the last week for our Inquiry Projects.  We have been super busy for the past 3 weeks getting ready for our Gallery Walk on February 20 and 21.

This week:

  • Complete Introduction (show me)
  • Complete 4 sub question paragraphs
  • Conclusion
  • Start your Visual Board

No Blog Post this week!

Post Reflection will take place after the project is complete!  A few questions to start thinking or planning once you have completed your project.  This will be due after your Gallery Walk!

25 SELF-REFLECTION QUESTIONS FOR LEARNING

  1. Now that it’s over, what are my first thoughts about this overall project? Are they mostly positive or negative?
  2. If positive, what comes to mind specifically? Negative?
  3. What were some of the most interesting discoveries I made while working on this project? About the problem? About myself? About others?
  4. What were some of my most challenging moments and what made them so?
  5. What were some of my most powerful learning moments and what made them so?
  6. What is the most important thing I learned personally?
  7. How do I feel my solution relates to real-world situations and problems?
  8. What most got in the way of my progress, if anything?
  9. How well did I and my team communicate overall?
  10. When did my collaborative communications fall short of the group’s expectations, if ever?
  11. What were some things my teammates did that helped me to learn or overcome obstacles?
  12. How did I help others during this process? How do I feel I may have hindered others?
  13. Were my milestones and goals mostly met, and how much did I deviate from them if any?
  14. What did I learn were my greatest strengths? My biggest areas for improvement?
  15. What would I do differently if I were to approach the same problem again?
  16. What moments was I most proud of my efforts
  17. How can I better support and encourage my teammates on future projects?
  18. How will I use what I’ve learned in the future?

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