Senior Project/Reflection Paper Guidelines Make sure that you write your reflection paper as an essay to the readers/assessors, and not just a numbered list in response to the prompts below. 1. Describe your overall project. Summarize what was created and accomplished. 2. Explain the process you went through, highlighting the sequence of major steps and activities, along the way. 3. Describe the new skills that you have learned or improved, especially those you believe are the most helpful now or that will be helpful in the future. 4. Write about any challenges or obstacles that you met and how successful you were in overcoming them. 5. Put into your own words how your project has benefited you in terms of your personal growth. 6. Provide some specific information about how your project has connected to or benefited a career plan and how you have been involved with your project beyond your normal school day. 7. Describe any modifications you had to make to your plans as you proceeded with your project. 8. From all that you have accomplished with your project and your education, how might you apply what you have done and learned to your future? 9. How did you utilize research throughout your project? What types of sources were used?