A Worksheet for Reflection and Feedback
Classrooms and homeschool settings are always buzzing with non-stop activity, and after a long day of learning, it's crucial to reflect on what resonated with students. One of the most effective ways to gather this information is through an "exit ticket," a quick worksheet that students fill out before leaving the classroom or finishing their homeschooling day.
This simple and straightforward Exit Ticket worksheet is designed to be a fun activity that encourages self-reflection and a safe space for providing feedback to teachers, parents and guardians. It incorporates various shapes, each asking a different question that provides insights into the child's day.
What's On The Worksheet?
Here are the shapes and corresponding questions featured in this unique exit ticket:
What's Included in the Download?
Every educational setting is unique, which is why this resource was designed to be a versatile 10-page download to suit various needs. Here's what you'll find inside:
Whether you're a teacher looking to implement this in a classroom or a parent keen on enhancing your child's learning experience, there's an option for you.
When and How to Use It
Why Adults Should Participate
You might also consider taking part in the Exit Ticket activity yourself. It's not just for kids! Whether you're a parent or a teacher, completing an Exit Ticket offers several benefits:
So, the next time you hand your child or student an Exit Ticket, consider filling one out yourself. It's a small step that can make a big difference in enhancing communication and fostering a lifelong love for learning.
Why Is This Resource Valuable?
Benefits for Students
Benefits for Teachers
Benefits for Parents and Guardians
Exit tickets have been a staple in educational settings for quite some time, but I wanted to add some flair and fun to this essential tool. With this simple and straightforward Exit Ticket, students, teachers, parents and guardians have a versatile tool for reflection, feedback, and even a touch of creativity.
So why not make this resource a staple in your daily routine? It's a small step that can make a big difference.
"Have you used exit tickets in your educational setting before? What was your experience?"
"What features do you look for in an effective exit ticket?"
"Would you prefer the teacher's or parent's option for your situation? Why?"
"Do you have any other creative ways to make exit tickets more engaging?"