Math end of unit reflection!

Hello, World!

Our last unit in maths was called Probability and Statistics, and now I am writing a reflection on it.

In this unit, we learned about things like how to turn a fraction into a percentage, how to make tally charts and bar charts. During this unit, I mainly enjoyed doing tally charts and bar charts however this entire unit was fun for me. The hardest part of this unit was turning the fractions into percentages and dividing fractions. Though overall this unit was a lot of fun during this past few weeks.

Thanks for reading,

Reflection for science end of unit.


How am I doing?
I think I am doing alright for this unit, I do think that I need to work more so I can remember things better.

What am I good at?
I think I am good at doing group work, handing homework in on time and writing in full sentences. The rest of the things I am not as good as I would hope I would.

How do I know I am good at these things?
I think I pretty good at some main things, but when it comes to assessments I don’t think I get perfect grades but I get good grades. Sometimes I also get very nice comments from my teacher when I do very well in something.

What do I need to work on?
Handwriting definitely, I maybe also need to work on describing things and drawing tables.

How do I know that I need to work on these things?
I mostly get good grades in science and good feedback when I do assessments or work in class but sometimes I need to work more on some things like end of unit things.

What targets do I want to set myself?
My first goal is I would want to set myself is: to try to improve my handwriting and I think I also need to improve the quality of my presentation.

How am I going to achieve these targets?
I can improve these things by practicing at home or with a parent/teacher.

What time scale am I going to set myself to complete these targets?
I will probably try to finish these targets before 2018 or during 2018.

Are completing self-assessments like this useful for your development in Science?

I think it is very helpful especially when you need some time to think about your work.


Reflection Unit “Little scientists”

Hi 🙂 Everyone. 

In this unit I learned a lot of new things for example I learned how to use microscopes and what are cells and how to tell the difference between an animal cell or a plant cell. I enjoyed this unit because we got to do different experiments with the microscopes. Would I do this again (would I use the microscopes again)? Probably not because it is not fun to do many times, it’s more an activity for one time. But overall I liked this unit.

Have a great week!


Hello my name is Polina Shevchenko, I am 11 years old. I come from Russia and i lived there the whole time until January 2016, because then I moved to Netherlands.