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  • Craig Foster

    Ticket out the Door I like the idea of having a place for everyone to put there sticky note. Then you can quickly tell who didn't turn it in. #writing #classroom #education

  • Katie Jacob

    Exit Ticket Chart I like the idea of having a place for everyone to put their sticky note. Then you can quickly tell who didn't turn it in. I made one of these with stars on it to match my classroom.

  • Katie King

    Good for exit slips! Ticket out the Door I like the idea of having a place for everyone to put their sticky note. Then you can quickly tell who didn't turn it in.

  • Laura Park

    Exit Cards! Ticket out the Door I like the idea of having a place for everyone to put there sticky note. Then you can quickly tell who didn't turn it in.

  • Nicole Duchesneau

    Formative Assessment Ticket out the Door I like the idea of having a place for everyone to put there sticky note. Then you can quickly tell who doesn't have one. Push pins would be good in case the post it falls

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