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"Almost always, the creative dedicated minority has made the world better." - Martin Luther King, Jr.

Reflective Writing

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After submitting a Reflection, member earns one (1) Learning Badge. Badges are earned through dedicated participation in PRIDE Museum Youth Programs. Members work toward building a full deck of ten (10) badges which are needed to earn a Learning Champion Certificate. See the Overview page for more information.

After submitting a Reflection to the individual online profile, member earns one (1) Learning Badge. Badges are earned through dedicated participation in PRIDE Museum Youth Programs. Members work toward building a full deck of ten (10) badges which are needed to earn a Learning Champion Certificate. See Overview page for more information.

K thru 3rd Grade ~ min. 40 words
4th thru 7th Grade ~ min. 75 words
8th thru 11th Grade ~ min. 100 words
12th Grade ~ min. 150 words

What are Reflections?

Thoughts or opinions that come to you while you are reflecting are called Reflections. Unlike a reflection in a mirror, it in as interpretation of what is going on between learning and thinking. Reflection is a mental process. It is contemplation or a long consideration.

Reflection means thoughtfully considering or meditating on a topic. When "reflective writing" is assigned, what is suggested is a combination of calm, quiet thinking with a retrospective focus--looking back over a period of time and considering its meaning and significance in connection with your experience. Reflective writing gives the writer insights and can lead to further learning.