Saturday, July 28, 2012

Exit Sign In Action

Just got home from picking up the poster size of my Exit Slip Sign! I wanted to show some sample post-it notes that students could write. It could be student choice: I learned ___, the thing that surprised me today was ___, or I'd like to know more about ___ or a specific question you want answered to guide your instruction: what is the difference/relationship between ___ and ___, tell me how you could use this skill in the real world, write a quick summary about ____. The possibilities are endless and the beauty of it? It should only take 3-5 minutes! Another great way to use this sign is if you have a computer center. Students have to write one new thing they learned at computers before "exiting", making them accountable for their learning. Scroll down to link to your free poster!


  1. I love the idea of actually having a sign for students to post their exit slips on!! Super cute!!

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