Reflective practice is widely acknowledged as a critical component to meaningful learning. Curriculum designers often rely on journals and diaries as the primary reflection tools for students to express understandings and questions. Avoda's Deb Krivoy is working with Temple Israel Center in White Plains, NY, to develop a series of arts-based reflection tools that support whole-person learning. Contact us
to learn more about our innovative approaches to reflection through art, photography, poetry and video.