Reviewing the success of lessons is a critical element of improving as a teacher. In the end, if the lessons are effective and entertaining, learning and learning retention will be high and discipline problems will be few.
One of the things I have learned along the way in this class it to involve the students in how they are taught. This is a little tricky. Students cannot have control over standards and objectives. Nevertheless, they can have major input into how those standards and objectives are achieved.
It seems logical that getting their feedback on lessons would also be a good idea. It would be useful to know what they liked and where they struggled. Different students would most likely have different preferences as well. Those preferences would reveal learning modalities and help broaden and focus pedagogical choices going forward.
The classroom culture would need to be setup appropriately to support those conversations. Nevertheless, in an atmosphere where the respective roles are clear and respect underlies every interaction, it could work very well.