Want to incorporate more reflection activities in your class and experiment with relevant technology tools? Here are some popular tools you can try: Google Jamboard Collaborative whiteboard tool, useful for individual or group reflection. Canvas options for reflection journals Canvas doesn’t have a native journal feature, but you can create one using Assignments or Discussions.
We know that reflecting on learning helps us retain and consolidate our experiences. When looking for student opportunities for reflection, a tool like Edublogs can make a reflection exercise fun, relevant, and encourage a broader audience. Edublogs as a professional portfolio Ask students to choose samples of their best work and then provide context, explaining