Center for Teaching & Learning Excellence
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Formative self-reflection helps bridge the gap for our growing diverse student population and aids differentiated learning. The self-reflection practice is instrumental in making personal connections necessary to bridge that gap. It also provides an opportunity to adjust current and future courses to improve student learning outcomes. In this session, participants will collaborate and design formative self-reflection questions with at least one diversity question to assist in this process. Then, appropriate data collecting mediums for various academic subjects will be discussed. Each participant will take home a Formative Self-Reflection Guide that can be easily modified for any course at any level.
Professional and Organizational Development (POD) Network
San Francisco, CA
Scholarly Commons Citation
Martino, L. (2015). Faculty Formative Self-Reflection Tools and Best Practices. , (). Retrieved from http://commons.erau.edu/publication/330