Exit slips are a great way for students to summarize what they learned during class for themselves, and a great way for teachers to evaluate students' learning!
This document contains three exit tickets with empty lines for students to answer the day's exit question. After students have answered the question, they will evaluate themselves on their own understanding of the day's key concepts by circling a number. This is the rubric:
1: I don't get it, I need help
2: I think get it, but I get things wrong
3: I understand it
4: I'm an expert, and could teach this to someone else
Students will then sign, date, and write their class period, and turn them in on their way out the door.
Exit slips are a great way for students to independently think about what they learned. And, when the teacher collects them as the students are exiting the classroom, they are a great way for the teacher to gauge the learning of the students. They are also a great way for teachers to learn if students need extra help, without students being embarrassed to ask.
This is a resource that can be used for any class, subject, and/or grade.