# Guided reflection

=reflecting on your learning and achievements=

• To move forward you need to ‘think about' or 'reflect on ' what you have done so that the next time you have to do a similar task, you will be able to do it better. After you have completed an assignment, a piece of coursework or an activity, try to reflect on what you have done and how you have performed. Use this checklist to help you reflect.
• Quality of outcome
• Are you proud of what you have done or produced?
• How could it be improved?
• What grade or level has it been assessed at? Is it better than your star potential?
• What could/ should you have done to make it better?
• Planning the activity
• Did you plan the activity?
• Did you stick to your plan?
• Did you use
•  A MindMap?
•  A time line?
•  A Gantt Chart?
•  An Action Plan?
• Next time you start a project/activity how will you plan it?
• Did you ask anyone to review your plan as you worked through the Project?
• Did you produce any design sketches or notes? Did they help you?
• Resources
• Did you Identify resources, tools, equipment that you needed?
• Did you make good use of tools and resources including ICT?
• Did you use tools and resources safely and efficiently?
• Working with others
• Did you ask other people for help or support?
• Did you work with other people to solve the problem/complete the task?
• Did the group work well together?
• Problem solving
• Did you solve the problem that you were given?
• How successful was your solution?
• How did you know that your solution was successful
• How would you tackle a similar problem in the future?
• What role did you take in the team/group? Did you lead?
• How did you feel about working with other people?
• Did you have to convince other people that your ideas were ‘right’?
• Were you able to listen to other members of the group?
• Did other people convince you that their idea was ’ right’?
• Research
• Did you have to find information?
• Did you find what you wanted?
• Did you find it efficiently?
• Did you have to use a questionnaire to collect the information that you needed?
• Did you have to set up an experiment
• Learning
• Do you learn best by:
• Listening
• Watching