For this Weekly Planner, we're bringing back some of our favorite reflection activities to help you & your students end the school year on a strong note!
“It’s on the strength of observation and reflection that one finds a way. So we must dig and delve unceasingly.” - Claude Monet
Reflection is such a big part of what we do at Kikori. It is an aspect of almost every activity of ours in the form of our “Learn” questions, and we have a whole category dedicated to processing exercises. Wondering why? This is all because reflection is a foundational and crucial component of experiential education! Our activities contain hands-on challenges that build problem-solving skills, communication skills, and trust, and it is necessary that students take some time reflecting on these experiences, oftentimes with the guidance or prompting of a teacher, to develop new understanding from them.
Furthermore, there’s no better time than the end of a school year to incorporate more reflection into your classroom! Taking time for students to look back on all they’ve accomplished over the past year wi