C is for Checks for Understanding

Checks for understanding in the classroom often look like exit tickets – a short assessment usually on paper. Exit tickets are usually 1-5 questions to check to see if the lesson objective was achieved.

Exit tickets can also look like a Google Form now too.

Or the answer to a question before leaving the room or lining up.

It can also look like student conversation.

Writing is an easy way for students to show what they understood.

Want to see more? Here is a whole Google Slides presentation about the concept: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1T4_RhlmLzWrry9NLQTaDf31Fr5gn_-90z10FovA0HIk/edit?usp=sharing

Published by TammyB

Tammy Breitweiser is a writer and teacher who is a force of nature and woman of honor; seer of nuance; an accidental inspirationalist; a keeper of the little red doors, and a conjurer of everyday magic who is busy writing short stories. Her poetry has been published in The Storyteller Magazine. Her flash fiction in Spelk, Cabinet of Heed, Clover and White, and Elephants Never. Her essay is published in the I Wrote it Anyway anthology. You can also connect with Tammy through Twitter @Tlbreit

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