Common Core assessment. The use of Exit Cards is an excellent tool for teachers and students as part of the learning process that provides feedback to adjust teaching and learning to improve students’ achievement of core content.
This resource will give you 165 exit cards with 27 different questions.
The exit cards are created by subjects, holidays, kids, seasons and dogs.
-Use the Exit Cards as an informal measure of how well students have understood a topic or lesson.
-Inform the students what the exit cards are being used for.
-Ask students to reflect on what they have learned.
-Allow students to express what or how they are thinking about new information.
-Teach students to think critically.
-At the end of a lesson, each student must respond to the Exit Cards questions.
-Collect the Exit Cards or allowed students to drop the Exit Cards in a box.
-Use the Exit Cards as a tool to provide differentiated instruction to meet the diverse needs of learners in the classroom.