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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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Need an idea to end the day? The End of the Day Jar has 24 questions to ask students to get them talking about their school day. This helps build community in the classroom. You can call on students to answer the questions or have them talk with a buddy.

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