Assessing, monitoring and reflecting on their own progress

Guide learners in on-going reflection on learning outcomes, products and processes
Example: A teacher provides time at the end of every rotation for learners to complete a template for reflection on what they learned and what they find challenging.

Provide learners with ongoing access to their data to help identify academic and non-academic needs
Example: A teacher has learners track their growth in skills (via assessment scores) in a binder, so they can see which of their skills are strong and which skills they need to work on.

Partner with learners to reflect upon and document their own learning needs and progress
Example: A teacher helps learners create a system to track their progress in an edtech product and reflect on
their progress.

Model examining data, discussing progress and identifying challenges and needed supports
Example: A teacher meets with a learner and models how to look at the learner’s data to identify areas of progress and areas where the learner needs support.

Help learners reflect upon their learning strategies and efforts, as well as the result of those strategies and efforts in regard to meeting desired learning goals
Example: A teacher helps a learner reflect on her use of a reading strategy, and then the learner chooses to try a new strategy from a given list.