I really like this! Daily status boards. Often the students want to share so much..this would make it a fun and simple way to share. Upper Grades Are Awesome: First Day of School! The Doors, Upper Grade, Exit Ticket, Schools, Awesome, Bulletin Boards, First Day, Classroom Ideas, Exit Slip
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Ik herhaal vaak mijn les. Zo vermijd ik tijdsgebrek. Het is belangrijk dat je regelmatig de leerstof herneemt. Zo moet je minder studeren als de examens voor de deur staan.
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.
"Show what you know" post-it responses on top of each students name... When teaching conventions of writing, have each student write a sentence on their post-it to assess one area you've been working on. Can also use across subject areas for formative assessment
exit ticket board, they could also be asked to post a question about what we covered with the answer, then make it a game show. Students get on teams, choose a number, they have to answer the question and get a point for getting it right etc.
This a great closure activity/strategy to any lesson. Students can reflect on their learning....
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!
what I love about this method of exit tickets is the self-evaluating the students have to do in placing their sticky note on the stop light. They have to decide how they feel about their level of understanding. And guess what? The students are almost always accurate!! They pretty much "hit the nail on the head" when they take this type of ownership in their learning.