How to create impactful exit tickets for your maths class in minutes

Why, how and when to use exit tickets in your lessons. Learn the importance of actionable feedback loops.

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Create an exit ticket for one of your classes

  • Click “New Starter” from your sidebar.
  • Once open, click “Exit Ticket” from the top left.
  • Choose 3 questions for your exit ticket.

Pre-write your feedback statements

  • Go to the WWW & EBI Feedback boxes.
  • Type impactful, relevant statements for each question you have chosen.
  • Apply the relevant question for each EBI statement you write.

Print and handout your exit tickets

  • Click the Print button found in the right toolbar.
  • Print Exit Ticket” will automatically be selected.
  • Ensure you have “Print on both sides” > “Flip along short edge” selected.

Craig Barton Tip!

“Delay your exit tickets for greater impact.”

  • Don’t give out exit tickets for a topic on the day of teaching
  • Give them out at least a week after teaching

Mark & provide feedback

  • Have students complete and collect them.
  • Use our answers to mark quickly.
  • For each question tick “Needs Work” or “Correct“.
  • Turn over the exit ticket and tick the relevant statements (add additional comments if required)

Create the next lessons starter in 1-click

  • From the Exit Ticket, click “Auto Generate Starter”.
    • Find this in the top right corner.
  • We create the perfect starter for your students to have DIT (Dedicated Improvement Time)
  • You can spend your time closing gaps around the classroom.

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