I tried to correct some of my previous issues. I used outside resources for some reflection ideas and tried to create a specific task for the students to complete. But most of the work is still a loose discussion that I can have with my students after each unit. I prefer teaching that way, but I also feel it is more dynamic and gives me more useful information, I can also nudge my students towards different ideas and adapt as they answer the questions. I can then use my previous reflection document to assess how the feedback has helped me and the effect I think it had on my students. And then adjust as I move forward.
I tried to balance questions focused on my own improvement of the course (to benefit me and my students) with questions that would spur self-reflection and meta-cognition in my students: