Yes. Reflection is like hairspray. Not enough and all the 'work done' goes flat too much and the whole thing is stiff. Reflection of any kind is at a tremendous risk of becoming too self referential and too much about the act right then rather than the learning of the whole. Having just completed the input of grades for my students --- approximately 2,500 total--- I am wondering and rightly so about grades and grading and the process of learning which is supposed to happen in between. I believe learning does happen. Often I tell my students that when they are 40 years old they will still have this or that art work they made --- and what I don't say but wold love to be there when they discover--- they will also have the experience of the making of the work -- the way the room was lit by the daylight , the sound of the music and the overlay of voices as they worked, the sound of a brayer loaded with ink, the smell of the clay or the paint and how it feels-- how it really feels-- to create a 'something' and how that is so close to the center of understanding and true learning that when they look at that piece on their counter top, or find it in the back of their closet when they are moving for the 100th time in their adult life they will find the experience, the learning, the feeling of the making alive there too ---- and then this is where the grade, the reflection of the progress, process, and product falls away and what is left is the gift that is learning, discovery, creativity, true problem solving , true understanding.