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  • Shelby Reed

    Great math lesson precedes this pin. Exit slips. Students write what they learned on a post it and then place it on the learning objectives for the day. Great stinking idea!

  • Kelly DiCesare

    Using exit slips for daily learning goals

  • Mirn Hughet

    exit slips - students write what they learned today on a post-it at the end of each day and stick to the learning targets

  • Cassie Saunders

    Exit slips. Students write what they learned on a post it and then place it on the learning objectives for the day. Good alternative to typical exit tickets

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This a great closure activity/strategy to any lesson. Students can reflect on their learning....

Formative Assessment Exit Slips - NOW FULLY EDITABLE! Use these 20 Exit Slips to assess understanding or reading comprehension in any class. ($)

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FREE DOWNLOAD How To Use: 1. As a formative assessment to see if students understood a concept. 2. As a way for students to ask questions about something they didn't understand (which I can address or "tweet back" the next day) 3. As a way for students to tell the teacher something they found interesting.

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Classroom Management 2- I started trying something similar to this a couple months ago. I started having students fill out a Friday exit sheet. This way seems much faster and easier. Something to think about...

Here's a learning objective exit slip where students reflect on their learning and self-assess their understanding.

Here's a "Box-It-In" exit slip that is a nested version of the 3-2-1 form. Students are asked to identify 3 things they knew, 2 things they learned, and 1 thing they need help on.

Great way for students to check their understanding of a strategy/skill/topic at the end of a lesson. Students take 1-3 minutes to answer a question created by the teacher and hand it in as a "ticket out the door." Also known as an "exit slip," the student question can be summative or formative and teachers use responses as an informal assessment to drive instruction!

Exit slip board-students write/draw their ideas/answers on a post-it note then note goes on the speech bubble, RL

i love this way of displaying objectives in the classroom. making connections to real life is so key!