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Title: Exit Ticket Emoji Description: End of lesson task to allow pupils to reflect on how the lesson went via the medium of Emoji. Idea adapted from Twitter. #ded318
Teaching Special Education
Math Task Cards
Sorting Exit Tickets!
Text To Text Connections
The Primary Gal: Sorting Exit Tickets!
1st Grade Math
If you thought exit tickets were just for the older grades, check out these AMAZING primary common core math exit tickets. Even if you've never used exit tickets, these are SO quick and easy to use!
Would need to adjust to our 4-3-2-1 scale, but I like the idea behind this anchor chart
Middle School Teachers
Exit Tickets - Know What Students Do & Dont Understand
Middle School Ela
Middle School Classroom
The Colorful Apple- levels of understanding exit slip board
5th Grade Classroom
Middle School Reading
Bulletin board - exit slips. I like how the students self assess
4th Grade Math
Math Classroom Decorations
Exit Slip bulletin board with levels of understanding
Jen Bengel | Out of This World Literacy
Using Exit Slips
Special Education Classroom
Use Graffiti to Review Items in the Classroom
Heather aka HoJo - Games, Activities, & MORE for Elementary Kids
Have students gauge their effort to increase student engagement.
Sara J Creations
Standards Based Grading rubric explanation Good way to explain why she needs to rewrite something.
Formative assessment strategies to support student learning.
Teaching With a Touch of Honey - Make Teaching Writing Easy!
Classroom Displays Secondary
Interesting way to have students self evaluate themselves with exit tickets
Pythagorean theorem. Great "do-now" activity.
Marzano Effort & Achievement Rubric -all content areas Students and teacher can use Marzano's effective instructional strategies to score effort and achievement. Great for group work, individual work, and building independent students!
"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
Student Self Evaluation
Student Self Assessment
Assessment For Learning
Here's a Two Stars and a Wish page for students to reflect on their work.
Formative Assessment Strategies
"Tweet" what you know - formative assessment
Parents As Teachers
Student Led Conferences
2 Stars and a Wish - descriptive feedback for students
3rd Grade Classroom
3rd Grade Thoughts
Working on Weekly Class SMART Goals
Using Data Walls to Motivate Your Students
Give each student a designated space (accountability). ~ What a great way for students to reflect on the day and share what they've learned with each other.