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    Keeping "track" of exit tickets (or any other quick student responses). After students finish with their responses, they stick them to their student number on the chart

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    Hmmm...wonder if this will work??? Each time a student BLURTS out loud without raising hand they have to take one down. Last person to have all 3 gets rewarded!

    Love this--students could write the number on the top of their paper before they turn it in. That way they don't risk embarrassment or refuse to ask questions during class discussion.

    Engagement: active responses

    Exit Ticket - great idea! Use a dry erase board with the question. Have students line up and whisper answer to teacher on the way to lunch! No paper! I like it better as the students enter the room from after lunch - it would help to calm them down quickly and help avoid all the talking before getting to their chair.

    Put your class lists/student's names on the back of YOUR nametag for easy access during drills, on field trips or in case of an emergency...

    ExitTicket is a classroom and student response system

    Easy way to write down quick observations, then you can transfer the post-its to a notebook for each student

    Finished Work Basket, good reminder

    Tween Teaching: Ticket out the Door. Pretty much everything on this teacher's blog rocks.

    instead of handing back papers all the time, great way to reinforce student responsibility

    So many possibilities...can be adapted in so many ways...LOVE IT! The kids do an exit ticket on a sticky note and stick it on the door on the way out for a quick assessment of understanding.

    Laminate, have students write the answer to an exit slip with dry erase marker. Color code by class. Good way to quickly assess. Kids grab ticket on way in the room, drop in basket on way out.

    BINGO board. When a kid is doing what he/she is supposed to be doing and I catch him/her, that student then gets to sign his/her name in a box. At the end of the day, I roll a dice for the letter and the number. The student gets a simple reward. - Good Behavior Management! May want to try for the new year!

    Students Birthdays. That's awesome!

    Ticket Out the Door - excellent idea for exit questions and reflections!

    Tips for students who have given up or shut down.

    Multiple choice sticks - what a great way to check for understanding! The kids love using these. The instructions on making them are in the link

    Teaching students to take responsibility for actions. LOVE this!!

    Great way to monitor exit passes.