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Midyear Reflection Survey

Midyear Reflection Survey

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Mid-year Personal Reflection & Self-Evaluation Survey
Compiled by Jenny Bales based on brainstorming by committee May be freely reproduced and distributed Send questions or comments to jenny@bales.com

Instructions ~ This is not a test, and you will not turn this in. This survey is meant to be a tool to help you evaluate how things are going in your homeschool. It is for your personal reflection over the course of several weeks. Please print it out and take it to your quiet time on several separ
Mid-year Personal Reflection & Self-Evaluation Survey
Compiled by Jenny Bales based on brainstorming by committee May be freely reproduced and distributed Send questions or comments to jenny@bales.com

Instructions ~ This is not a test, and you will not turn this in. This survey is meant to be a tool to help you evaluate how things are going in your homeschool. It is for your personal reflection over the course of several weeks. Please print it out and take it to your quiet time on several separ

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Mid-year Personal Reflection &Self-Evaluation Survey
Compiled by Jenny Bales based on brainstorming by committeeMay be freely reproduced and distributed Send questions or comments to jenny@bales.com
Instructions
~ This is not a test, and you will not turn this in. This survey is meant to be atool to help you evaluate how things are going in your homeschool. It is for your personalreflection over the course of several weeks. Please print it out and take it to your quiet time on several separate occasions, perhaps to Adoration, responding to the questionscarefully and honestly. Be sure to reread it all the way through several times beforeconsidering it complete. The survey is detailed, possibly redundant at times, but this is by design to provoke thought in a variety of areas. It is fine, if after considerable reflection, you leave a question blank. You will not be asked to show it to anyone or share anything you do not feel comfortable sharing. Attach additional pages as necessary. Begin in prayer.
Section 1: Personal Spirituality 
1.What are my greatest joys as a wife/mother?2.What are my greatest struggles as a wife/mother?
3.
What is my greatest virtue and what is my greatest fault?4.How would I describe my daily, weekly, and monthly prayer and sacramental life?(Mass, Confession, Rosary, Adoration, Spiritual Direction, etc…)
 
Section 2: Struggles
5.
What is the single biggest struggle I face with each child this school year? (try to putsomething for each child)
6.
What struggles am I having in creating effective lesson plans and planning mydaily/weekly schedule this year?
7.
What subject areas are not going well or are we not enjoying this year?
8.
What concerns does my husband have regarding our homeschooling and/or ourchildren?
(if you do not know, go ask him)
Section 3: Successes
9.
What is the single biggest success I am enjoying with each child this school year?(try to put something for each child)
10.
How am I succeeding in creating effective lesson plans and in planning mydaily/weekly schedule this year?
11.
What subject areas are going well or are we enjoying this year?

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