Asking questions that cause our students to think should be a priority to develop problem solving and critical reflection skills. But how can we use reflection prompts in lessons where students are working on differentiated activities? When our students, irrespective of their ability, engage in thinking and discussion around the same idea, everyone benefits. When we pose effective reflection prompts and allow students to further consider and share their own learning over time, everyone benefits. This session will explore: • Prioritising reflection time during your Maths lessons • Asking questions that cause thinking • Bringing students of all abilities into the reflection discussion To empower our students ensure they are able to grow from the mistakes they make, effective reflection plays a key role in every mathematics lesson.