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Wednesday, June 6 • 11:50am - 12:45pm
Engaging Students in Documenting their Learning FULL

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Allowing students the time for reflection and summarization as we bring closure to a lesson can be relatively easy to implement yet extremely effective. Reflection is about acquiring meaning from experiences and enabling students to think more deeply, which can lead to greater insight and learning. Not only can reflection engage students in documenting their own learning but it also gives you, as the teacher, an idea of how much the students really “got.” Digital tools offer many and varied opportunities for reflection and evidence of learning. These tools can help create a habit or routine for reflecting experiences, add to engagement, and improve the quality of the thought process. From traditional paper-and-pencil, to familiar and new digital tools we will: (1) discuss the benefits of reflection for both teachers and students; (2) explore opportunities and scaffolding for reflection; and (3) introduce some of our – and hopefully soon to be your – favorite digital tools that can help you create rich and fun learning experiences that can be implemented in almost any subject area or grade-level.

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Ching-Wen Chang

Educator, Missouri State University
She is an Associate Professor and Educational Technology Graduate Program Coordinator
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Annice McLean

Educator, Missouri State University
Senior Instructor at Missouri State University.

Wednesday June 6, 2018 11:50am - 12:45pm

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