Deliver an Exit Ticket

Get feedback from students on how the class went for ways to improve

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Written by Kenny Dickie
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Exit tickets are an effective way to gather end-of-class feedback, giving students an opportunity to demonstrate what they've learned and for teachers to be sure that all teaching objectives were met. They can be used to adjust homework assignments or clarify any points discussed in class.

Start an Exit Ticket for your class

Click on Launch, then click Exit Ticket:

As students submit their responses, the results will be shown in your Results tab:

Once done, click Finish to gather reports.

Exit Ticket Questions

Exit tickets always follow the same format with 3 questions:

  1. "How well did you understand today's material?" (Reports will default response 'A' as correct, so if students choose a different response, it will be marked as incorrect)

  2. "What did you learn in today's class?"

  3. "Please answer the teacher’s question." (This prompts the student to answer the teacher's question which can be written on the board, projected on a screen, or verbally said out loud in class).

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