Congress PBL Final Reflection

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Wrap up your PBL activity with this Final Reflection template!

This Final Reflection document is what Kami Hero Steve Martinez uses at the culmination of a PBL experience.

Students would have created their own learning targets to integrate into a project that answers or addresses a Umbrella/Driving Question or Wicked Problem.

While there is constant reflection from teachers, mentors, and other stakeholders in a community, the final reflection is the big summative assessment once the project/product has been delivered to an intended audience.

These projects aren't intended to be graded in the traditional sense, but rather have the students reflect on how they met mastery on each Learning Target they have created, and describe how they included the Learning Target into the Product/Project.

Kami levels up this process by allowing students to express their learning in a wide range of ways (i.e. audio comments, screencapture, text, speech to text, etc.)

Try it out with your class!

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Description

Wrap up your PBL activity with this Final Reflection template!

This Final Reflection document is what Kami Hero Steve Martinez uses at the culmination of a PBL experience.

Students would have created their own learning targets to integrate into a project that answers or addresses a Umbrella/Driving Question or Wicked Problem.

While there is constant reflection from teachers, mentors, and other stakeholders in a community, the final reflection is the big summative assessment once the project/product has been delivered to an intended audience.

These projects aren't intended to be graded in the traditional sense, but rather have the students reflect on how they met mastery on each Learning Target they have created, and describe how they included the Learning Target into the Product/Project.

Kami levels up this process by allowing students to express their learning in a wide range of ways (i.e. audio comments, screencapture, text, speech to text, etc.)

Try it out with your class!

Terms of use apply.

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Social Studies

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Activities

Grades

10th, 11th, 12th, 9th
 

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