Live, Love, Learn and Leave a Legacy
At the beginning of the semester for raising students’ awareness of what is important to them in their lives in order to inform their academic goals. This could work if your course later encourages retrospection or it can help students choose project topics that align with their values and goals. Below are other ways that students can use these reflections to inform their academic work:
A slide deck or paper for students to write out their 4 items: Live, Love, Learn and Leave a Legacy.
It is good to give your students a long time to create their first draft and then time to revise it asynchronously.
Very adaptable over time and formats, and how much happens individually and what gets shared.
Covey, S. R., Merrill, R., and Merrill, R. R. (1995). First Things First. Prentice Hall & IBD.
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