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I’ve often had students do year-in-review projects at the end of the school year.

And, it’s common for me to lessons at the beginning of a new year on New Year Resolutions.

I’ve also often done year-in-review activities about the world’s current events.

But, before reading today’s Harvard Business Review article, How to Create Your Own “Year in Review.”

It’s a short-and-sweet article, which divides the year-in-review into sections. All the questions it recommends could also be used at the end of the school year. But getting students to do this kind of reflection now makes a lot of sense.

You can freely access it (though I think you might have register – for free – to do), so I won’t list all of their questions.

But, here are the ones they recommend that people begin with:

When have I learned the most this year?
What do I feel most proud of?
Who has helped me be at my best?
How have my strengths helped me succeed?
What’s the one thing I wish I’d done differently?

 

I’m adding this info to The Best Ways To Finish The School Year Strong.