1. Look back at your pre-test. Think about the problems you could not do on the pre-test, that you can solve now. What are you able to do now, that makes you proud? 2. Use the draw tool or voice to explain your thinking. If you're using voice , press the pause button. 3. Then, look at your post-test. What are you still working on? Where are some areas where you can continue to grow? 4. Use the draw tool or voice to explain your thinking. 5. Put your reflection into your journal.
I used this template for each math chapter, changing the chapter topic at the top as needed. At the beginning of each math chapter students took a pre-test. Throughout each chapter students were working with "I Can" statements, and they took a post-test after the chapter. After students completed the chapter I asked them to look at both their pre- and post-tests, think about the "I Can" statements, and reflect on what they had learned and where they could continue to learn and grow.