With a constant call for leisure and relaxation to relieve stress, individuals find themselves consciously or unconsciously reflecting on past experiences. This book seeks to present readers with a solid background in current research on reflective assessment and service learning. Readers are thrust into the Problem-Based and Project-Based Learning modes in an effort to glean useful insights on reflective assessment. The book explores current literature on reflective assessment with some thoughts on meta reflection. There are examples of projects used at various levels; early childhood, primary, secondary and tertiary. The book concludes with hands-on reflective assessment experiences for use in and out of the classroom. Readers can arrive at their own decisions about specific uses of reflective assessment. The text is punctuated with relevant graphics that seek to simplify the prose and reinforce the thoughts presented. This exciting book is useful for educational institutions, industry personnel, management personnel, students, educators, parents, volunteers, philanthropists and well wishers. It?s a must read!