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How do you know if your students are picking up what you are throwing down? Do you look at their face.do they look confused, all-knowing? Do they look like they want to cry? Do you walk around, trying to figure out who is faking it? There is a better

Thumbs up thumbs down - a reminder about checking learning properly. Written about children's learning but applies equally to adults, who can be less likely to say they don't understand.

Thumbs up thumbs down - a reminder about checking learning properly. Written about children's learning but applies equally to adults, who can be less likely to say they don't understand.

What a great way to have kids reflect on their learning.

Plenary Grid of ideas / Choice Board for exit ticket (students cross off when complete and then keep a record of what types they have completed (i.e / and may not repeat until they have completed all the exit tickets-perhaps modify # of choices?