In my previous blog posts, I discussed Reflecting on Learning with Digital Portfolios and shared 4 Tips for Getting Started With Student Self-Reflections.

My Grade Seven students are not yet at stage where they can be asked to just reflect. They need guiding questions to tease out an authentic reflection. With this in mind, I’ve created a set of prompts for students to encourage self-reflection on their learning using their digital portfolios.

Here are some posters for you to print out and use in your classroom:

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Download 8.5 x 11″ Prompts — Observations On My Learning Journey

Download 11 x 17″ Prompts — Observations On My Learning Journey

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Download 8.5 x 11″ Prompts — How I Feel About This Project

Download 11 x 17″ Prompts — How I Feel About This Project

Brian Newbold is a Grade 6/7 teacher at Georges Vanier Elementary in Surrey, BC. He is the creator of diyclassroom, a website for teachers to share ideas involving technology, design products, and makerspace resources. Follow him on Twitter @bnewb