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  • Elizabeth Norris

    Classroom Twitter Board - Use as Exit Slips??? Made with laminated strips and erasable markers donteatthepaste: classroomcollective: Twitter Door- The kids can tweet about what is happening. There are 30 laminated sentences strips so everyone (including the teacher) has a place to “tweet” on the door.

  • Kelly Dawson

    FUN! Great Exit Slip. Twitter door- have a laminated strip for every student and they get time to update status about something they learned, liked or happened during school that day!

  • Memi

    Exit slip idea Twitter door - middle school classroom ideas Good idea for exit slips, discussions, and checks for understanding... LOVE it

  • Amanda Mikel

    Twitter door- have a laminated strip for every child and they get time to update status about something they learned, liked or happened during school that day! Interesting... Maybe make it another ticket out the door?

  • Teresa Cadenhead

    Twitter door/ Facebook door- have a laminated strip for every child and they get time to update status about something they learned, liked or happened during school that day! Interesting...that is a really cool idea! A good exit ticket idea.

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