Exit tickets are a great tool for formative assessment. We explore the benefits of exit tickets as a formative assessment tool.
From 4th to 29th October, thousands of teachers will be taking part in the 4-week challenge to make exit tickets a part of their teaching.
Virtual or digital exit tickets are a quick, easy and most importantly informative way of supporting teaching and learning.
In this article, we'll cover the 3 steps for exit ticket success that will help you get off to a flying start for the challenge.
Who said getting to know our students and inspiring creative thinking have to be serious?
Differentiated instruction is a key tool to support learning outcomes. We explore how to use an exit ticket to start differentiating.
Exit tickets are a widespread tool for formative assessment. But are they effective. We've summarised the research.
Reflection helps students develop their learning skills and improve content recall. We share 7 questions that can prompt reflection.
Now your students can respond without creating an account or logging in.
By asking these 7 key SEL questions, you'll be able to tailor your teaching to support the social and emotional learning of students.
Research has shown benefits for students having greater control of their learning. This article shares 5 questions to encourage ownership.
It's a critical time of year. Whether you're a seasoned veteran or a newbie, these questions can help you get off to the right start.
Exit tickets should be easy. That’s why Ziplet has added 4 helpful features that make exit tickets easier than ever.
In this article, we'll dive into the 10 reasons you should be using exit tickets in your classroom.
Getting to know students is helpful for improving behaviour, tailoring teaching to different needs, and making students feel valued.
With the end of the school year fast approaching, it’s a useful time for reflection. We've covered 22 questions you can try today.
Exit tickets just got even easier with Microsoft Login for Ziplet. Signup or log in using your Microsoft account in just a few clicks.
This article covers the steps teachers can take to foster positive relationships in the classroom and help students feel connected and safe
Exit tickets should be easy. This quick guide summarises some of the key features of Ziplet to help you get the most from your exit tickets.
An overview Ziplet's integration with Google Classroom
The best way to generate high-quality student feedback is to ask questions in the best possible way.
If you knew us as Loop and are wondering why we look a bit different, here's what you need to know about why we decided to become Ziplet.
These 7 weekly questions help you keep track of student wellbeing, social development, and academic performance.
Student feedback done the right way is focused, asked in the moment, and concerned with uncovering how you can better support your students.
A helpful starting point for building relationships with students is to get to know them better. These questions are designed to help.
Ask your students a question or two to help prompt reflection in or after class, to encourage student-led learning.
This post introduces digital exit tickets and their features and uses, to assist in remote learning or contactless teaching.
3 steps for improved student wellbeing, with practical examples of how these may be applied in your classroom and links to resources.
Are you tapping into one of the best predictors of teacher effectiveness? Harnessing student feedback on what and how you teach is a win-win
Find out how you can promote student reflection in your classroom as part of your student voice strategy.
Exit tickets are a great way to check-in with students as to whether they have understood lesson content.
Supporting student wellbeing during remote learning is an important element of maintaining learning outcomes.
We have compiled a 4-step checklist to incorporate student voice into your Professional Development Plan.
Student feedback is a simple and fast way to learn what’s working in your classroom and what needs tweaking.
Our favorite questions to ask your students when introducing feedback in the classroom.
Ziplet teacher Andrew Philp explains how he creates positive relationships with his students.