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Inspiration and results from Mrs. Beattie's Classroom! Check out more at MrsEBeattie.blogspot.ca

Organize the Post-It note exit tickets. a Class*y Collaboration: The 5 W's of Exit Tickets

a Class*y Collaboration: The 5 W's of Exit Tickets

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I love this idea! This is such a great idea to get students to self assess, and to let teachers know where students are as far as understanding the material.

Education to the Core: Test-Taking Strategies Anchor Chart! Especially good right before tcap

Interesting way to have students self evaluate themselves with exit tickets

Events in Instruction- 1-9-posters for each step

A Pinner writes: Instant Data - As we went over each question, I had students color in the square if they had that question wrong.  Once we were done with the test, I took each strip and taped them to a manilla folder. INSTANT data!!! I did not have to plug numbers into a computer. I can clearly see that question 9 is one I really need to go over.

Here's my Check For Understanding Stoplight.

self evaluation forms

There is an envelope laminated for each assignment due. I started with ten. I can just write the activity on the envelope and the kids go there to turn it in. Then they check off their name on the back. So I know exactly who didn't turn it in. It also makes things so much easier to grade!

Exit Slip Ideas, Classroom, The Doors, Format Assess, Formative Assessment Ideas, Fifteen Exit, Educ, Blog, Exit Slips

Self Evaluation + Exit Ticket - what a great idea!

A great idea for student self evaluations!

A Taxonomy of Reflection: Project completion!

A Teachers Wonderland: student self-evaluations- This is awesome! Marzano scale???

A Teachers Wonderland: Evaluations

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Great idea for summative assessment in this blog post!! Runde's Room: Question Fans - Updated!

Ideas that stick each day.

exit ticket on a sticky note and stick it on the door on the way out for a quick assessment of understanding.

Reader's Notebook self-assessment.

thinking based on Marzano's six levels of understanding

display goals