Have you heard of “post exam wrappers” or “test reflections?” These are questions that students complete post-exam in which they reflect on how they prepared for the exam and their performance. I recently watched a recorded session from the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL) in which Cristen Dutcher (Kennesaw State University) discussed fostering inclusion through balanced reflections. In a post exam wrapper, Dutcher asked students to focus on the positives by asking them what they did well to prepare for this test. Dutcher found that most students preferred some type of positive reflection. Consider adding a post exam wrapper with a balanced reflection, asking students to write about what they did well and how they could improve. Learn more teaching strategies by visiting the ISSoTL Connect YouTube Channel. And read more about exam wrappers from Carnegie Mellon University.