Teaching Students to Reflect on Personal Learning 

Wednesday, February 11 2015 | 8:30 PM (GMT Standard Time)

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Language of instruction: English



can I get the full recording as only q&A is heard

2449 days 12 hours 35 minutes ago

wayne schaaf

Looks like the Q& A was the only thing recorded - not the presentation - too bad.

2449 days 16 hours 45 minutes ago

Benjamin L. Stewart

Great talk!

2449 days 17 hours 47 minutes ago

Ron Johnson

This topic sounds very interesting.
I will have to catch the recording,however, because I will be teaching at that time.

2449 days 20 hours ago

Fluency MC

Glad to hear you'll be joining us, Benjamin!

2449 days 22 hours 10 minutes ago

Benjamin L. Stewart

Looking forward to it...curious how reflection=self-assessment=student grades. And how peer-assessment factors into the mix, if at all. What drives students to reflect, self-assess? How transparent is the reflection process?

2450 days 49 minutes ago

About Starr Sackstein

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Starr Sackstein currently works at World Journalism Preparatory School in Flushing, NY as a high school English and Journalism teacher. She is the author of Teaching Mythology Exposed: Helping Teachers Create Visionary Classroom Perspective. This year she begins a new blog with Education Week Teacher called Work in Progress. She also writes her personal blog at StarrSackstein.com where she discusses various aspects of being a teacher. Sackstein co-moderates #jerdchat and #sunchat as well as contributes to #NYedChat. This year she has made the Bammy Awards finals for Secondary High School Educator. At speaking engagements, Sackstein speaks about blogging, journalism education and BYOD. She is committed to helping people see that technology doesn’t have to be feared. You can follow her on Twitter at @MsSackstein