Reflection: Exit Tickets My Super Fantanbulous Terrific Science Notebook - Section 4: Exit Ticket

 

An exit ticket provided me with an additional assessment that gave me a clearer picture of their learning than just their notebook. It allowed that independent thinking to gel from their experience and helped me understand that they could process what the experience taught them. While the main goal of the lesson was to understand how an interactive notebook would work, I was also looking for them to show me how they could explain the content of their learning today. The exit ticket adds that edge of student accountability along with the benefit of the formative assessment. I would always choose to use it for this lesson!

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My Super Fantanbulous Terrific Science Notebook

Unit 1: Thinking, Writing, and Observing Like a Scientist
Lesson 3 of 10

Objective: SWBAT set up an interactive science notebook to be used throughout the year.

Big Idea: When students complete this lesson, they will have an interactive notebook specifically designed to support their personal learning.

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Science, interactive notebook, formative assessment, physical properties, physical change
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