Give your students a Flip Stick so you can get quick and quiet feedback from each student while you teach or during work sessions. Includes Yes/No; Ready/Need More Time; I Understand/I Need To Hear It Again; I Need Help/I Have a Question; True/False; Agree/Disagree.
How To Use
• Print visuals on cardstock.
• Change size before printing or copying, if desired.
• Laminate sheets for extended use.
• Cut the Flip Stick visuals on the outer line.
• Fold on the common line.
• Tape a craft stick to the center back of one image and fold the other image over. Tape the edges.
• Give each student a Flip Stick for feedback to use during work or instructional sessions.
• Use the blank Flip Sticks and dry erase markers for writing an answer to show you.
• Instruct students how to use the visuals.
o Decide which Flip Stick to use for instructional sessions based on the type of questions and feedback you want.
o For a work session, give students a cup or piece of playdough or modeling clay to put on their desk or work table. When then have a question or need help, they can put their Flip stick in. They continue to work until you come around to them.
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