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Maria Camogli

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Passion Project - learning assets

1. 2. Use the or tools to fill in the table showing how strong your learning assets are. Go one by one, asking yourself for example: How am I as a researcher? Is this something I do well? Is this challenging for me? Is this something I could continue to work on? Only fill in the box that applies to you. Ask yourself the same question: How am I as a ...? for each one of the learning assets. 3. Submit using the icon.

3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, Science, Social Studies
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Reflection is an important part of learning. Students should be able to reflect throughout their passion project, using a learning log or weekly journal. Towards the end of their passion project, is is a good idea to have them reflect on their learning assets. How have they been working. What do they do well? What is still challenging? This also works really well for any inquiry unit.