November 23, 2022

Assessing Students with Twitter-Style Exit Slips

Looking for a way to add a little fun to your exit slip strategy? Try a Twitter-style response!

In this activity, students respond to an exit slip at the end of class to demonstrate their learning. The challenge is to write their response to one of three questions in 140 characters or less. This twist on the traditional format adds variety, and a modern spin, and encourages students to be concise in their answers. Check it out!


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