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Enterprise Skills

  • Communication
  • Adaptive Mindset


  • Upper Primary (Year 4-6)
  • Lower Secondary (Year 7-9)
  • Senior Secondary (Year 10-12)


  • < 5 minutes


  • None

Use this model to have students reflect on a learning experience.

  • Have each student identify one of the following from their learning experience
    • a win
    • a challenge
    • a lesson
  • Have students gather in small groups and give each student 3-4 minutes to share their win, challenge and lesson with their group.

This is a great opportunity for self-reflection, and also for classmates to collaborate and reflect back any insights that they got from each student’s individual share.


What other ways do you support students to engage in self-reflection?

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