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Stop Light Exit Slips. Another variation of the exit slip. Students draw an example or write an equation of a concept (great for math!) and place their sticky note on green, yellow, or red to show their understanding. Student Self Assessment, Formative Assessment, Student Self Evaluation, Student Feedback, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Teaching Art, Teacher Tools, Fundamental 5

Timeouts and Tootsie Rolls

The reason I wanted to set up a blog was to first have a way to make connections to teachers from all over. Second, I want to share ideas, ...

You should SEE EVIDENCE of your students' learning EVERYDAY. Exit Slips are an excellent way to ensure that your students are reflecting on their learning as well as a way to keep tabs on their progress. I would get them to pick 2 to answer. Assessment For Learning, Formative Assessment, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Resources, Teaching Art, Visible Learning, Reflective Learning, Reflective Practice, Visible Thinking

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You should SEE EVIDENCE of your students' learning EVERYDAY. Exit Slips are an excellent way to ensure that your students are reflecting on their learning as well as a way to keep tabs on their progress.

Fourth Grade Studio: Learning, Thinking, Creating: Self Assess Student Self Assessment, Formative Assessment, Teaching Math, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Classroom Organization, Classroom Management, School Classroom, Classroom Ideas

Self Assess 4, 3, 2, 1! Assessment strategies to use any time, any place

Student self-assessment, standards for mathematical practice, assessment strategies, formmative assessment, classroom culture, teaching math, grade 3, grade 4, grade 5, anchor chart, math assessment

MAKE THIS: Feedback Fans - fun and tactile way to help students learn how to give feedback to one another! Teaching Writing, Teaching Tools, Teaching English, Teacher Resources, Classroom Organisation, School Organization, Classroom Management, Behavior Management, Classroom Ideas

I Like the Way You...

Can you count how many times you've used that sentence starter with your kids? We do it all the time - we give feedback to our students during a lesson to let them know how they're doing. It's good teaching practices! Not just "Good Job" or "Excellent" - but when we specific tell a student what they did (and didn't of course) do correctly in a lesson - the learning is much more meaningful. It's a way of repeating ourselves without it seeming redundant in the lesson. I've had bulletin boards…

Peer Critiques-make a poster like this to teach students how to critique each other's performances Teaching Theatre, Teaching Time, Teaching Writing, Teaching Tools, Teaching Resources, Drama Teacher, Drama Class, Drama Drama, Art Classroom

Peer Critiques-make a poster like this to teach students how to critique each other's performances

Primary Self-Check Rating Scale - possibly reproduce on small sheets of paper and use as exit slips?Marzano Primary Self-Check Rating Scale - possibly reproduce on small sheets of paper and use as exit slips? Student Self Assessment, Assessment For Learning, Learning Targets, Learning Goals, Formative Assessment, Learning Quotes, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tools, Teacher Resources

Marzano Primary Self-Check Rating Scale

This Marzano Primary Self-Check Rating Scale is perfect for Pre-K, Kindergarten, First and Second Grades. It is easy for young children to understand. As the teacher gives their lesson, they can have the children "Self Check" throughout to see who is understanding what is being taught and who may ...

I chose this because it is a great idea to get students to be excited to show mom and dad their school work. This encourages students to always want to show their parents their work (because as we get older we stop doing that) Eyfs Classroom, Classroom Setup, Classroom Design, Kindergarten Classroom, Future Classroom, Year 6 Classroom, Primary Classroom Displays, Reception Classroom Ideas, Teaching Displays

Stephie-Jade Hodson on Instagram: “When you show @mollinda a resource you like (third pic) and she produces this for you (stand and all!!) 😍”

Request a Selfie - when students are proud of their work, they can clip a camera to it. The teacher will take a photo of it and email it to the child's family at home.

Our 'bump it up wall' in action! I have such a huge range in ability with my it's always a challenge to differentiate for everyone but our writing goals Learning Maps, Visible Learning, Student Learning, School Displays, Classroom Displays, Classroom Organization, Classroom Ideas, Organisation Ideas, Classroom Design

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Providing immediate and consistent feedback to students on their work was a focus of mine during the last two years. This bump it up wall was collaboratively created for a TLCP cycle.

5 Peer Editing Strategies That Actually Work For Student Writers Many kids don’t know what or where to mark when reading another student’s work. Neon revision is an approach that can really help. Writing Strategies, Writing Lessons, Writing Resources, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Teaching Tips, Teaching English, Writing Ideas, Writing Process

5 Peer Editing Strategies That Actually Work For Student Writers - We Are Teachers

Many kids don’t know what or where to mark when reading another student’s work. Neon revision is an approach that can really help. From "5 Peer Editing and Revising Strategies That Really Work."

Let your do double duty for you! Change the labels on your baskets to assess your learners' perception about what they have lerned and allow the Exit Slip itself to assess content. Classroom Procedures, Classroom Organization, Classroom Management, Classroom Ideas, Paragraph Writing, Persuasive Writing, Writing Rubrics, Opinion Writing, School Fun

Exit Slips - Exit Tickets - American and UK Versions

Let your #Exit #Slips do double duty for you! Change the labels on your baskets to assess your learners' perception about what they have learned and allow the Exit Slip itself to assess content. #education #teaching

John Hattie Learning Intentions and Success Criteria Assessment For Learning, Learning Targets, Learning Goals, Formative Assessment, Learning Theory, Student Learning, Physical Education Games, Character Education, Health Education

John Hattie Learning Intentions and Success Criteria

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This fun Space themed Bump It Up Wall includes all indicators in line with the… Year 1 Maths, Math Class, Math Resources, Math Activities, Counting By 10, Working Wall, Visible Learning, Teaching Numbers, Classroom Layout

Bump It Up Wall - SENA 1 Schedule - Early Number

This fun Space themed Bump It Up Wall includes all indicators in line with the SENA 1 Schedule - Numeral Identification, Forward number sequencing, Backward number sequencing, Counting by 10's & 100' + Early arithmetical strategies. Supporting the NSW Mathematics Syllabus K-2.

This fun Space themed Bump It Up Wall includes all indicators in line with the… Year 1 Maths, Math Class, Math Resources, Math Activities, Counting By 10, Working Wall, Visible Learning, Teaching Numbers, Classroom Layout

Bump It Up Wall - SENA 1 Schedule - Early Number

This fun Space themed Bump It Up Wall includes all indicators in line with the SENA 1 Schedule - Numeral Identification, Forward number sequencing, Backward number sequencing, Counting by 10's & 100' + Early arithmetical strategies. Supporting the NSW Mathematics Syllabus K-2.The Bump It Up Wal...