Exit slips are small pieces of paper on which students share -- usually in 5 minutes or less -- what they learned from the day's classroom lesson. Exit slips provide students with an opportunity to take stock of their learning, and let teachers know whether students "got it" or if re-teaching or reinforcement is necessary.
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"Let It Slip!" Exit Slips in the Classroom
Want to know what students really learned in class today, and what skills need review and reinforcement? Use exit slips! When students state in writing what they learn, teachers can target problem areas and focus their teaching where it's needed most.
Best Practices: Exit Slips
A brief description, tips about the process, samples, more.
Wait, Let Me Think About That
Strategies for getting students to think about their learning.
Basic guidelines and examples.
Writing Across the Curriculum: Entry Slips/Exit Slips
Includes sample questions to pose for student response.