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I just made this in Vistaprint :)  I saw someone's pin and it inspired me! I am eager to try exit tickets for closure to lessons this year.

I just made this in Vistaprint :) I saw someone's pin and it inspired me! I am eager to try exit tickets for closure to lessons this year.

Our T'Whitt'er wall...yes, I know it's misspelled. Our school's name is Whitt. Each Friday the students must write a "tweet" about something they learned during the week. This is their exit ticket from my room each week    This is also helpful for departmentalized classes. Everyone's tweets can be displayed instead of picking and choosing student work to hang out in the hall.

Our T'Whitt'er wall...yes, I know it's misspelled. Our school's name is Whitt. Each Friday the students must write a "tweet" about something they learned during the week. This is their exit ticket from my room each week This is also helpful for departmentalized classes. Everyone's tweets can be displayed instead of picking and choosing student work to hang out in the hall.

Great idea for an exit ticket!!! Answer Board - I've also heard this called a "Spot Check" or a "Ticket Out the Door".  Good idea so the kids aren't bringing their answers to you while you are trying to get everyone packed up

Math Coach's Corner: Create a poster with a numbered square for each student in your class and assign each student a number. When you want to do a quick assessment, students respond on a sticky note and put it on their numbered square.

Check your students understanding. Your students can drop off their exit ticket at the door.

Check your students understanding. Your students can drop off their exit ticket at the door.

Keeping "track" of exit tickets (or any other quick student responses).  After students finish with their responses, they stick them to their student number on the chart

Keeping "track" of exit tickets (or any other quick student responses). After students finish with their responses, they stick them to their student number on the chart. I could do this using their pocket chart.