Teaching Tip: Exit tickets

How it works

As a plenary, students have a choice of exit ticket which they have to answer before they can exit the lesson. The questions on the ticket should push the students to explain their learning from that lesson. Encourage them to think about what they know now that they could not do when they arrived. Tickets can include questions that cover the range of thinking from Bloom’s taxonomy.

Tweet Tip 1: @headguruteacher.twitter.com

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Tweet Tip 2: PRIMARY: @RachelOrr.twitter.com

http://highheelsandhighnotes.wordpress.com/2013/03/30/365-days-in-my-shoes-day-89/

http://highheelsandhighnotes.wordpress.com/2013/04/11/365-days-in-my-shoes-day-101/
Rachel is a Primary Head Teacher from Durham and her blog is definitely well worth a follow….in the above examples she explains her school’s approach to teaching Maths.

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More to follow next week 🙂

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