Student-Centered Intervention: Daily Exit Chart
This is an easy-to-use, student-centered chart that allows learners to
It purposely includes slightly uncertain language ("the teacher seemed to want me to learn that...") that helps support the student through the non-mastery of content.
Student-Centered learning begins and ends with the learner, and this chart promotes both self-assessment and the practice of leaving class each day forming questions about content (e.g., learning targets) and task (e.g., work to be done).
It can be used as a daily check for understanding for learners of all ages, to extend an activity for Gifted & Talented learners, for homeschool curriculum tracking, or as an early intervention for struggling learners. It also can function as an "exit slip" for students each day.