Formative Assessment

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Admit and Exit Slips (In Class Prbut are also effective way to assess students’ understanding of new or old concepts. Admit Slips are done with the first 5 – 10 minutes of class. They can be written on a white board or students can jot them in their journals. Exits slips can be a ticket out of the class, not homework. Give students time to answer it before the end of class. This helps activ...
Do you use Plickers? It's an amazing (and free) online assessment tool, but up until now, you've had to type in the questions and answers manually. Read the tips in this post and download a free step-by-step tutorial that explains how to make Plickers easy by using task cards for assessment questions. Your kids will LOVE Plickers!
ticket out the door--- i like how they could insert an index card or stick a sticky note on it

Exit Tickets

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ten words or less written on yellow paper next to blue and green papers with black lines
10 Quick and Easy Exit Ticket Ideas for Upper Elementary
an exit ticket with the words sticky notes written on it and a hand holding a magnifying glass
Exit Ticket Templates
printable worksheet for kids to learn how to read the words in english
Exit Slip Assessment
Admit and Exit Slips (In Class Prbut are also effective way to assess students’ understanding of new or old concepts. Admit Slips are done with the first 5 – 10 minutes of class. They can be written on a white board or students can jot them in their journals. Exits slips can be a ticket out of the class, not homework. Give students time to answer it before the end of class. This helps activ...
children holding up signs with the words pickers k - 5 group on them in front of
Plickers 101 - Easy Digital Exit Tickets and More!
Do you use Plickers? It's an amazing (and free) online assessment tool, but up until now, you've had to type in the questions and answers manually. Read the tips in this post and download a free step-by-step tutorial that explains how to make Plickers easy by using task cards for assessment questions. Your kids will LOVE Plickers!
a wooden table topped with a colorful calendar
Classroom Tour {Video}
ticket out the door--- i like how they could insert an index card or stick a sticky note on it
a hand holding a pencil next to a printable exit ticket for numbers 0 - 20
Summer Stock Up! - Mrs. Plemons' Kindergarten
Ideas- exit tickets
Great post on using Exit Tickets in Kindergarten. Fundations Kindergarten, Kindergarten Assessment, Kindergarten Language Arts, Kindergarten Ela, Cvc Word, Teacher Conferences
Exit Tickets in Kindergarten
Great post on using Exit Tickets in Kindergarten.
two tickets with the words exit ticket printed on them, both in black and white
Great to use right before they leave for the next class. Leave extra copies by the door
a bulletin board with sticky notes attached to it that says, what stuck with you today?
What Stuck With You? (Mrs. Wheeler's First Grade Tidbits)
Amazing idea! Having students put something up on this board at the end of everyday ensures that they're paying attention AND reflecting on what they've learned.
a white board with words written on it in front of a toilet and a urinal
Exit Ticket
Fresh & Fun First Grade: Exit Ticket-- on inside of classroom door!
a person holding up a pink and white sign that says exit tickets with numbers on it
Using exit tickets in kindergarten
a person holding a pencil in their hand and writing an exit ticket on the paper
Fall Into Great Savings! - Mrs. Plemons' Kindergarten
If you thought exit tickets were just for the older grades, check out these AMAZING primary common core exit tickets for ELA. Even if you've never used exit tickets, these are SO quick and easy to use!
a bulletin board with some writing on it
"T.A.G. You're It" Peer Assessment
HPE Merritt: Health and Physical Education: "T.A.G. You're It" Peer Assessment
a bulletin board with words on it that says what stuck with you? today?
"What Stuck With You Today?" - Awesome end of the day activity!
I absolutely love these post-it boards! What a great way for students to reflect on the day and share what they've learned with each other. Via 4 different teacher blogs.