Exit Slips

Collection by Tricia Stohr-Hunt

Tricia Stohr-Hunt
This would be a quick tool for the teacher to be able to assess students. The teacher could give the class a question or problem and each student could post their answer using a sticky note. Classroom Setting, School Classroom, Classroom Activities, School Fun, Classroom Decor, Future Classroom, Science Classroom, School Stuff, School Ideas

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Hello bloggy friends!I just wanted to share a little poster I made for my exit tickets. I saw several of these floating around Pinterest, but decided to jazz mine up a bit! I love giving the students a problem to solve or a “ticket out the door.” Not only is is motivational, and gets them …

What stuck with you today? Love this as an exit ticket strategy :) For school counseling, great way to assess student learning. Great for Group! School Classroom, School Fun, Classroom Ideas, School Stuff, Middle School, Music Classroom, High School, Classroom Displays, Future Classroom

Literature Circles

Well, it may seem like I've dropped off the face of the earth. I didn't. Promise. To prove it to you, I'd like to post a few pictures of what we've been up to this year. First, my "stuck on you" door theme. I found a bulletin board picture on Pinterest (click here to see the pin). I decided to put it on my front door. I like it! :) The sticky notes only stay for a few days. It's one way to be sure that you stay accountable for having the kids rotate out what they are thinking :) But what I…

Non Fiction. You can use this easy formative assessment for reading lessons. Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Comprehension, Guided Reading, Guided Math, Reading Activities, Formative Assessment, Reading Assessment

Non-Fiction Know-It-Alls - Create Teach Share

It’s been several months since my last blog post. But, no excuses! Just happy to share again… We just started really getting into non-fiction in my class. Although my students have been exposed to non-fiction texts all year, I am now on a mission to make them “Non-Fiction Know-It-Alls”! My district will be adopting the…

Guest post by Greg Coleman from Mr. Elementary Math During my early years as a classroom teacher I felt that exit tickets were yet ano. Middle School Classroom, Math Classroom, Maths, Classroom Ideas, Future Classroom, School Teacher, Teacher Stuff, High School, Exit Tickets

Checking for Understanding with Exit Tickets

Corkboard Connections: Guest post by Greg Coleman who shares how he uses exit tickets in his classroom to assess student understanding of concepts taught. He includes a free exit ticket template that you can download and use with your students.

Exit Tickets - Know What Students Do & Dont Understand (add standards, specific personality skills School Classroom, School Fun, School Days, Classroom Ideas, School Magic, Classroom Organization, Teaching Secondary, First Year Teachers, Exit Tickets

Exit Tickets - Know What Students Do & Don't Understand

Here is a template of exit tickets that ask the following two questions: List 1 thing that you have learned. List 1 thing that you still do not understand. It's a great way to measure what students understand and what they need extra help with. I use these tickets in math class on Thursda...

The Simply Scientific Classroom: More Formative Assessment Ideas. Give lots of other ideas! Science Classroom, School Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Door, Classroom Inspiration, Teaching Science, Teaching Ideas, Formative Assessment Strategies, Math Assessment

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"I Can Statements" form - this formative assessment is a great alternative to exit tickets and really demonstrates what kiddos have learned throughout the week. Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Teaching Math, Teaching Secondary, School Classroom, School Fun, School Ideas, Classroom Ideas, School Stuff

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An alternative to exit tickets is to give each student a form called an "I Can Statement" form. This form can be given to students each M...

A consensogram is great way to see how well your students understand your lesson. This is primarily useful for lower elementary-aged students. The students can drag a smiley face based on how well they understood the lesson. Teaching Time, Teaching Tools, Teacher Resources, Kindergarten Rubrics, Student Self Evaluation, Formative Assessment Tools, Mastery Learning, Future Classroom, Classroom Ideas

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