Exit Slip for Class Discussions
-I frequently have informal discussions and more nuanced discussions, such as Paideia seminars, with my students. I have used this exit slip with great success in all of them.
★Before our discussion, I set class goals (listed on the exit slip), and I give this exit slip to students so they can establish their own personal goals (listening more, talking less, analyzing another student's response, referring to the text, etc.) before we begin. After the class discussion, students assess their own "performance" and the overall success of the discussion as a whole on the exit slip.
★This has been a great tool for students, as it focuses them on the discussion, and the exit slip has also been a great tool for me; I get instant feedback about how to improve our discussions. The exit slip is divided into three identical forms. Set class goals, copy, cut them apart, and distribute!
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