Exit slips are as tool to check for understanding and get a sense of where your kids are on just about any topic you want. They are so easy to implement.
I’ve written basic directions and examples for using exit slips in your classroom.
Don’t let this idea slip away!
Click here to download the three-page document for working with exit slips.
Posted by Deborah Wahlstrom on November 7, 2010 in Checking for Understanding, classroom assessment, data analysis, Deb Wahlstrom, Instructional Strategies, Nonfiction Writing, Reading to Learn, Using Data to Improve Student Achievement, Writing to Learn
Tags: Checking for Understanding, classroom assessment, data analysis, formative assessment, Instructional Strategies, Using Data to Improve Student Achievement, Writing to Learn
December 7, 2014 at 8:29 PM
I LOVE using your exit slips! I was wondering if I could get permission to copy this for teachers and pre-service teachers…and a few of your other materials. I would so much appreciate it!
December 7, 2014 at 10:08 PM
You’ve got it!!!!!
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