Reflection for the Future

Through reflection, students realize that mistakes are a part of growth and progress. This awareness frees students to explore without fear. Reflection builds learning and confidence.

Reflection is essential to growth. Each Mind Missions lesson includes time for critical reflection. As students review their Mind Mission experience, they give their learning new meaning. Connections are built between past and present problems. Students have the guidance to process information and experiences for lasting comprehension. They can evaluate their teamwork skills and social emotional learning. (SEL) Learning comes about not by doing, but from thinking about what we do- Reflection Questions provide essential time to grow!

“Give the pupils something to do, not something to learn; and the doing is of such a nature as to demand thinking; learning naturally results.”

John Dewey

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