Now, 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.
Exit Tickets for I Can Statements
Noise meter. like it!
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Higher level thinking - have them come up with questions to a given answer to assess their knowledge!
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"Give Me a . and a ?" at the end of a lesson. Students have to write a quick statement about what they've learned and question they could ask a 'buddy' about their learning.
exit ticket on a sticky note and stick it on the door on the way out for a quick assessment of understanding.
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Same as the exit ticket grid poster except I don't have to make a grid. Winning.
When used correctly exit slips can give you a ton of information. Find out the The How and Why of the Exit Slip here!