Reflecting On Our Critical Thinking & Learning:

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BB Math Reflection ALM4 ALM4 0 42 Mar 22, 2012 by ALM4 ALM4
Lauren C. LJC4 LJC4 0 37 Mar 20, 2012 by LJC4 LJC4
Nina's math reflection mb8 mb8 1 41 Mar 18, 2012 by mb8 mb8
Mary Sumner's Math Reflection MSK1 MSK1 0 33 Mar 18, 2012 by MSK1 MSK1
Connor's Math Reflection CMK2 CMK2 0 27 Mar 18, 2012 by CMK2 CMK2
Bear's Math Reflection ATW2 ATW2 0 29 Mar 18, 2012 by ATW2 ATW2
Olivia's math reflection OJG1 OJG1 0 30 Mar 18, 2012 by OJG1 OJG1
Layla LAB1 LAB1 1 56 Mar 18, 2012 by LAB1 LAB1
Anika`s Math Reflection ADK2 ADK2 0 39 Mar 17, 2012 by ADK2 ADK2
Bella's Math Reflection IBT1 IBT1 2 65 Mar 16, 2012 by swilkie swilkie
Ethan B etb1 etb1 3 109 Mar 16, 2012 by swilkie swilkie
working to understand problems/concepts, even when they're tough nac2 nac2 3 69 Mar 16, 2012 by swilkie swilkie
Example swilkie swilkie 0 39 Mar 14, 2012 by swilkie swilkie


Watch this video and select one of the following "intellectual virtues", or strengths to use for your reflection:
  • Intellectual Independence - doing my own thinking
  • Intellectual Perseverence - working to understand problems/concepts, even when they're tough
  • Intellectual Courage - having the courage to ask questions when things seem unclear, or explain my thinking when I believe my answer is correct

    • Consider the following questions and how you might respond to each
    • Think carefully about how you could make your thinking "visible" and easy for others to understand (consider creating a script, or draft notes)
      • The activity, lesson and/or experience that shows my critical thinking and <insert your selected "intellectual virtue" here> in math was....because...
      • This matters, or is important to me because...
      • I will use, or apply this to strengthen myself as a learner and think more critically in other areas by...

  • Using at least TWO different forms of media, craft your response to each question (audio file, video, images, text, links to work sample, other)
  • Create a new wiki page
    • Title: username + math reflections
    • Template: math reflection
    • Tags: username + 6mr
  • Check to be sure your page appears in the list above

  • Click on discussion tab at top of THIS page
  • Make a New Post, using your first name and last initial as the title
  • Include a link to your reflection page in your post
  • Invite others to respond to or comment on your reflection by posting to your discussion thread