What are ways to use exit tickets during remote teaching?
One of the most efficient ways to assess for understanding after a lesson is to use an exit ticket. In the traditional face-to-face classroom, this strategy serves as a check for understanding. It usually involves the teacher posing a question about the lesson and students jotting their thinking on pieces of paper. When they hand in the papers, they serve as their “ticket” to transition to the next activity, the next period, a restroom break, lunch, etc.
While paper passing isn’t feasible during remote teaching, the same valuable assessment data can be acquired in a digital format. Here are three methods that are both free and easy.
Duration: 5:29 | Grades K-12