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  • Lauren Jordan

    Twitter Door? The kids can tweet about what is happening. There are laminated sentences strips so everyone (including the teacher) has a place to "tweet" on the door. Middle school

  • 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.

  • Cherith Harkness

    Twitter door - middle school classroom ideas Good idea for exit slips, discussions, and checks for understanding. Kids must write something in order to leave.

  • Laura McNeill

    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. - Could be an exit ticket

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