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Reflecting on Learning micro-lesson

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Learning time​

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This lesson is all about reflecting on your learning. So, scientists have shown that one way to become a better learner is to reflect on your learning. This means thinking about your learning and asking yourselves questions such as how you feel about the learning, what went well, and what didn't work so well. We can reflect on our learning at any point. This includes before, during, and after the learning. We can reflect in our heads, but it can be even more useful to write down the reflections. That way, we can look back at them at a future date. Sometimes the reflections might be quick and other times they might be in more depth. There are no set questions we should ask when we reflect but here are some ones that might be useful to try. What learning strategies helped me learn and where might I use them again? What strategies didn't work so well and why? What were my barriers to learning if there were any and what might my next steps be for my learning?

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Answer time

Kids earn more screen time by answering fun educational questions.

Here are some example of questions about this video that kids may be asked in the 1Question app to earn screen time.

  • Reflecting on our learning can help us...

    1) become better learners.
    2) get better at writing only.
    3) get better at history only.
    4) when we are stuck only.
  • Reflecting on our learning means...

    1) thinking about our learning and asking ourselves questions.
    2) looking at our learning in a mirror.
    3) asking the teacher about our learning.
    4) taking exams on our learning.
  • Reflections...

    1) can be quick or more in depth.
    2) must be quick.
    3) are always in depth.
    4) are never quick.
  • When can we reflect on our learning?

    1) Before, during and after the learning.
    2) Only before the learning.
    3) Only after the learning.
    4) Only during the learning.
  • We should ask ourselves...

    1) a range of questions when reflecting.
    2) the exact same questions every time we reflect.
    3) exactly 3 questions when we reflect.
    4) just 1 question when we reflect.

Recreational screen time

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Out of time

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