Episode 81: 20 Reflection Prompts to Encourage Students to Participate in Class
In episode 81 of the Lecture Breakers podcast, I share 20 reflection prompts you can use in online and in-person courses to encourage students to participate.
Use these reflection prompts to start class, break up a lecture, or as a summary activity at the end of class. You can embed these in a forum, chat, or post them on a slide.
Students can write responses to these prompts, or you can encourage them to create video or audio files to share their reflections and prepare to engage in the learning experiences and activities you have planned.
- Get the e-book! 50 Focusing Activities to Engage Students by Dr. Barbi Honeycutt
- Read the blog post: 3 Strategies to Promote Reflection in Flipped and Active Learning Classrooms
- Read the blog post: 12 Things You Can Do With Journals to Promote Reflection and Encourage Student Engagement
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