Educator uses exit tickets to assess whether students have achieved the learning objective and uses that data to plan for the next learning experiences.
- Group students according to need and reteach missed concepts; grouping can be done homogeneously, to target specific needs, or heterogeneously, to allow students who have mastered concepts to reteach others.
- Design a warm-up or learning experience for the next consecutive lesson to address widespread misunderstanding.
- Schedule time to meet with struggling students outside of class.
- Create extensions for students who demonstrate mastery.
“End your lesson with a final At Bat, a single question or maybe short sequence of problems to solve at the close of class. When you collect this from students before they leave and cull the data, it’s an Exit Ticket. Not only will this establish a productive expectation about daily completed work for students, but it will ensure that you always check for understanding in a way that provides you with strong data and thus critical insights” (p. 106).
To earn this micro-credential, you must receive a passing evaluation for Parts 1 and 3 and an Exemplary score for Part 2.
Submit artifacts/evidence (such as links to writing, audio, images, video, or other products) that were created while creating exit tickets and adjusting instruction based on the data they provided, including such items as:
Provide a reflection on what you learned using the following questions as guidance (300-word limit):
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