Thought-provoking student reflection questions for every scenario

Download our student reflection questions to initiate deeper reflection opportunities
Bryan Carvalho
August 24, 2020

Reflection encourages students to take a moment to look back and appreciate their learning progress, to identify their strengths, weaknesses, and goals, and better understand their own path to success.

A great reflection starts with a great question. That's why we've put together these student reflection question documents to help inspire some thoughtful discussions.

Whether your students have just finished a big group assignment, hit a new milestone in their independent work, or are considering what they have accomplished over your class, here are a few student reflection questions to get your students started!

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Independent Work

Take a moment to look back and appreciate your learning progress. Identify your strengths, weaknesses, and goals to better understand your path to success.

Reflection Questions - Independent Work

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Year-in-Review

Give yourself a pat on the back! Take some time to reflect back on your accomplishments and to set some goals for the future.


Reflection Questions - Year-in-Review

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Group Work

Teamwork makes the dream work, but it isn’t always easy! Take time to recognize your strengths, weaknesses, and to reflect on your group's progress.

Reflection Questions - Group Work

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Bryan Carvalho

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