In the classroom, we often do reflection exercises with students at the end of a project. But is our curriculum approach effective? Students need to feel intellectual reward from completing a reflective task, rather than a feeling that the task is an afterthought.
I came across this presentation about the Gibbs reflective cycle.
It looks like a teacher has created this for their class, as the end of the process asks them to reflect on a piece of work. The presentation is a short one but it scaffolds the students thinking towards welcoming reflection as a part of the learning process.
How do you scaffold your reflective tasks in the classroom?
Moon, J. A. (2004). Reflection and employability (Vol. 4). York: LTSN Generic Centre.