I don’t think preparing for the SLLR helped me understand about myself, well because mostly… I already know myself pretty well. The most challenging part of the SLLR was mostly explaining my learning, I was pretty nervous about the SLLR. But in the end it wasn’t that bad, it was actually ok. If I did the SLLR again (I will in grade 7), I would try to add everything in the SLLR because I missed a couple things this time. The best part of the SLLR was when it was finally over. I was so relived that the SLLR was finally over because I was nervous. But overall it was a worthwhile experience.
Julian was a confident leader in his Student Led Learning Review. I enjoyed playing the math game as much as Julian did. Games are a fun way to learn! I was surprised to find out that the students had to organize their own activities for their Learning Review. I really liked how Julian planned his SLLR agenda and was able to show how he connected with his learning
Julian has shown improvement in his organization and his speaking skills. Julian seemed well planned and knew what to do to lead me through his Learning Review. For his speaking skills, he was patient and answered any questions I had about his learning. His strength lies in his computer skills. He is always teaching me something new about technology!
As Julian explained how his writing process worked, I was thinking that it would be a good idea to see an example of his writing. I would like Julian to continue working on his time management skills, asking more questions about what he is learning and just being more positive all around.