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Design project reflection papers

Lesson Plan Published 11/11/13 Last updated on 9/23/18

A reflection paper is used to capture reactions, feelings and analysis of an experience in a more personal way than in a research essay or formal presentation. Use this activity to introduce reflection papers and how your students can use them to reflect on the process of creating a design project by identifying areas for improvement for their project and process.

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  • Activity files updated on September 23, 2018.
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Duration
1-2 Hours
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Communication and Collaboration, Digital Citizenship, Creativity and Innovation, Technology Operations and Concepts, Critical Thinking Problem Solving and Decision Making
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Michelle Rundbaken

Posted on 12/9/13 11:26:07 PM Permalink

The rubric seems weak. I'd like to see assessment points for a wider variety of points.

Adobe Education

Posted on 12/10/13 1:10:20 PM Permalink

HI Michelle,

Thanks for the feedback. Can you be a bit more specific and perhaps give examples of the kinds of points you'd like to see?

Cheers,

~Adobe Education

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