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  • Lili Rodriguez

    This would make a great, reflective bulletin board! So doing this as my "ticket out the door" and saving them to use as study guides!!

  • Sarah Elliott

    This would make a great, reflective bulletin board! Love the idea of exit cards as an informal assessment tool. They're confidential and give great insight as to how the day actually went

  • Lisa Keam

    exit ticket - This bulletin board from a TEDxSummit is a great classroom idea! "The Best Things I Learned Today" by carrie

  • Alexis Jackson

    This bulletin board from a TEDxSummit is a great classroom idea! "The Best Things I Learned Today" exit slip board!

  • Victoria Miller

    bulletin board idea "The Best Things I Learned Today"

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