Learning From Mistakes (LFMs) Reflections - More than just Retesting.
Learning From Mistakes (LFMs) Reflections – More than just Retesting.
To demonstrate mastery for a particular objective that was assessed in a unit exam, you must complete “Learn From Mistakes” test corrections and reflections followed by some quizzing. The steps:
- Write LFM Reflections on the top of the paper.
- Write the objective (number and statement) for which you are striving to attain. The objective details are on the exam cover page
(8.01) I can use molar mass of a substance to convert between mass and the number of moles of a substance.
- For each question you got wrong:
- a) Rewrite question in your own words. Draw a diagram if necessary/appropriate.
- b) What was your mistake? Why did you write the answer you wrote?
- c) Why is the correct answer correct? Why does the correct answer make sense to you now?
How are you going to remember it?
- When completed submit to Dr J. In most cases, you will be given a short quiz, verbal or written, to determine whether you now understand the standard.
- If successful, your grade in this particular objective will be raised to 75%.
- If unsuccessful, we will have return another day for re-quizzing.
You must come after school when Dr. J. has his regular hours. See board on south wall. On rare occasion, he may be available during lunch by appointment.