The importance of student reflection — THINK Global School

2013 By Lee Carlton

2013 By Lee Carlton

Since our first term in Stockholm, Sweden, a heavy focus has been placed on encouraging our students to capture their thoughts through the process of reflection. It is an activity that is commonplace in schools, but particularly useful at one that spans the globe and features dynamic classrooms. So why are reflections such an important part of the THINK Global School makeup?

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The importance of student reflection — THINK Global School.

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