What are Exit Tickets?
Exit tickets serve as quick informal assessment tools that help teachers collect data about what students “took away” from a lesson.
Knowing this information guides teachers in planning future instruction.
Exit slips may be used daily, weekly, or several times within a day.
How to Use Exit Tickets
- Decide what information you want to know about students’ understanding of the lesson.
- Brainstorm questions or prompts most appropriate for eliciting the type of information you would like to gather.
- Present the prompts and/questions to students at the appropriate time (e.g. end of lesson or to review material). Provide up to 10 minutes for them to complete.
- Collect the data, and use it to inform instruction.
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Use exit slips to gather feedback quickly, analyze data to differentiate instruction, document progress over time, and gain a holistic view of students’ knowledge.
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