FREE End-of-the-Year Math Reflection Questions

How can we promote a growth mindset in math? 

The end of the school year provides a natural opportunity for students to reflect on the year and the work they have done. Promoting self-reflection not only encourages students to look back at failures but also to celebrate them, providing us with an opportunity to promote a growth mindset in our students and set them up for success for the next school year. This classroom freebie includes 8 self-reflection cards that promote a healthy mathematical mindset. The discussion cards can be used round-robin style, as a whole class discussion activity, or as journal prompts. Click here or on the image above to grab a free copy of the pack. 

Want to know more? 
Head on over to The Routty Math Teacher website and read, "Getting Ready to Wrap-up the Year: End-of-the-Year Math Activities that Emphasize an Entire Year of Learning" where I share three activities to help you end the year on a high note. Read the post here or by clicking on the image below.


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