Feb 8, 2023
You are only one person leading a class of 20-30 students. How can you ensure that some students aren’t falling behind in their understanding of the concept that you’re teaching? Exit tickets just may be your answer!
Exit tickets measure how well your students understand specific concepts as you teach them inside your classroom. They are a very valuable teacher tool because they are quick to implement, allow you to easily scan the results, and can be done with any subject at any time during the day. Today I’m sharing 10 super simple and quick exit ticket ideas that you can try in your classroom, as well as what to do with your exit ticket results.
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