1. The teacher gives prompts for the activity so that students can reflect on their learning, for example:
- What was the most important idea that you studied yesterday?
- What was the most confusing thing that you studied yesterday?
2. Students should write a one-minute paper evaluating their learning writing down at least 4 evaluative points about their learning.
3. The teacher creates 2 columns on the virtual whiteboard – ‘Strengths’ and ‘Weaknesses’. The students reflect on their points and write them under the appropriate headings.
4. The class discusses the points on the virtual whiteboard and highlights strengths and suggests ways to solve the weaknesses.
Inspired by: Cross and Angelo (1988)