Self-reflection means that students react to their assessment of the study results with certain feelings and thoughts. Self-satisfaction means that students assess their performance after completing a task. By motivating the students, they are motivated to continue and this has a positive influence on future attempts to learn something.
I found the example below in our teacher's room last week. The original goal was for the teacher to assess a guided process of the Centre's Support Network in an original way. I thought that this method of evaluation also works for learners.
The picture shows four different questions for the learner, linked to a candy:
1. This will certainly stick! - I'll take some of this with me.
2. Here I draw faces. - I didn't like these things.
3. A big leap forward. - I found this really useful.
After putting an answer into words, you take the candy.
The above differentiation techniques can be used for each learner.