Reflection: Student Feedback Winter Recess Homework Review, Day 2 - Section 3: 3-2-1 Exit Ticket


Since this lesson was essentially student directed and centered, I felt it was important to share the exit ticket responses with the class.  When students present or complete projects, I want them to receive as much feedback as possible.  After reading through the tickets myself, I chose several to discuss with the class the next day.  The only drawback with this process is that since I chose to sort through the tickets beforehand, the discussion didn't occur until the next day when presentations weren't fresh in students' memories.  

In the future, I'd prefer to have the share out immediately after the presentations.  One way I'm thinking about doing this is using the large white boards that I have around the classroom.  Each whiteboard would be titled with the Exit Ticket Prompts. Students would independently go to the board of their choice and write their response.  This would allow students to read and respond to the peers' questions and comments immediately.   

  Sharing Exit Ticket Responses
  Student Feedback: Sharing Exit Ticket Responses
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Winter Recess Homework Review, Day 2

Unit 9: Multi-Unit Summative Assessments
Lesson 2 of 3

Objective: SWBAT review math problems that were in their hw packet.

Big Idea: Students teach one another math problems to review old concepts.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, group work, review, presentation
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