Revision & Reflection

The PBL experience includes multiple opportunities for reflection on learning, effectiveness of the inquiry process, quality of student work, as well as challenges and how to overcome them. Students give, receive and use feedback  to improve their processes and products.
  • During PBL, there should be frequent opportunities for students to get feedback from peers, the teacher, other adults, and outside experts so they can revise their work and self-assess as well.
    • Research notes can be reviewed.
    • Rough drafts and prototypes can be critiqued.
    • Practice presentations are examined.
  • The process of Critique and Revision, leads to reflection, self-assessment, and high-quality products.  
  • Critique and Revision should become part of the culture in a PBL classroom.

Facilitating Learning in a Student-Driven Environment:

Facilitating Learning in a Student-Driven Environment (Keys to PBL Series Part 4)



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