Journaling can be an important part of a school experience for a child and classroom teacher. Here’s one teacher’s story of how she uses reflection journals in her classroom. She asks her students to write to her once a week and she reads and responds over the next week to each child individually.
Journaling For Students – And Why It Matters
Writing down reflections gives students the opportunity to be honest, open and sincere. You’ll find the examples of student notes written that are funny, heart wrenching, insightful and adorable. Students reflect and connect with their teacher, improving the overall classroom atmosphere and plays a key role in finding out what makes students tick.