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Student to Superhero: Freshmen Tell Their Research Stories

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Poster session at ALA Conference, June 28, 2014. Las Vegas, NV.

Poster session at ALA Conference, June 28, 2014. Las Vegas, NV.

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  • 1. What if ...we assigned a reflective comic instead of an essay? We created a... The rubric data was disappointing... These research reflection essays aren't very reflective... They all sound the same... Are they just telling us what we want to hear? Michele Van Hoeck & Margot Hanson California State University Maritime ALA Las Vegas 2014 Creativity! Something was better ... but was it metacognition? More personality, more humor, more... engagement! to be continued... Reflection assignments encourage metacognition, an understanding of your own learning skills and performance. Metacognition helps students make sense of and incorporate new knowledge. Creativity!

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