Create Share Skill 2: Reflect on your research process and product.

After you do research, it it important to think about the experience, evaluate how you did, and set goals for future research tasks. You can ask yourself questions such as:

            • How did my research process go? What was easiest and most challenging?
            • How effective was my research presentation for the targeted audience?
            • Did I achieve my learning goals for this research?
            • How could I improve the next time I do research?
k-2 tools 2-4 tools 2-4 tools Teacher Resources Research Glossary
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k2 tools k1 self eval Use this Research Project - How did I do? form to help you think abut how you did with your research process.

 

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Presentation Rubric 3-5 Presentation Rubric 3-5

 

  K-2 Presentation Rubric

Use this tool to help you think about how you did with your research presentation.

 

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2-4 Tools

 

2-4 self eval

Use this form to self-evaluate your research:

 

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  My Thoughts About the Project

Use this tool to reflect on how you did with this research project overall.


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  Reflect on Learning Use these Reflection Questions to help you think about your learning during this research project.
Self-reflection on Inquiry

Use this tool to reflect on a Guided Inquiry project, like a BCPS Online Research Model.

 

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Presentation Rubric 3-5

Your teacher or librarian may use this rubric to evaluate your research presentation.

 

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Go Back Up
You have completed the Research Process for this project! How did it go?
Visit the K-4 Research Guide home page when you are ready to start a new research project!
Teacher Resources

Use these daily research assessments to keep students on track and reflecting on their progress throughout the research process. You could also use this I-Search Process Reflection sheet from ReadWriteThink.

Use one of these rubrics to evaluate students' research process or products:

See a wide variety of student process, product, and presentation Assessments and Rubrics from Kathy Schrock's Guide to Everything.

Check out these articles about student reflection:

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