Have students complete short assessments using an “exit slip” at the end of a lesson that can be used to inform future lessons.


At the end of each class, a teacher can give a short assessment to determine how well the class attained mastery of the lesson objectives.  This should be something that would take students no more that a few minutes to complete, even when accounting for processing delays or distractions in the classroom.

Further Reading:

ReadingRockets.com – Exit Slips

Teachhub.com – Exit Slips: Effective Bell-Ringer Strategies

AdLit.org – Exit Slips

Created by Louis Olander
Reviewed by Kathy Furlong Silverio



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