Evidence-Based Practice Library

Differentiation & Inclusion during the Exit Ticket

Teachers use differentiation throughout the Exit Ticket to assess student learning and include all students. Each lesson plan includes multiple differentiated resources for the Exit Ticket to meet the needs of every student. Digitability’s modified resources are designed to meaningfully include students of all abilities. With resources that allow for scaffolding, teachers can increase or decrease assistance over time according to individual student goals.

See a Teacher Using This Practice

In the video below, a Digitability teacher begins by introducing the Tier 1 Vocab Block Exit Ticket and clarifying directions. Then, you will see the Tier 2 Traceable that she utilizes with a particular student, chunking and having the student repeat the acronym for URL back to her. She then has that same student complete that Tier 2 Traceable.

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Five Types of Prompting: Informal Assessment.

Teachers increase their use of prompting methods throughout the Informal Assessment. Learn More

 

Differentiation & Five Types of Prompting: Warm-Up

Teachers use differentiation and prompting to increase expressive and receptive language abilities based on individual student levels. Learn more

 

Differentiation & Inclusion: Informal Assessment.

Teachers use differentiation throughout the Informal Assessment section to assess and include all students. Learn More

 

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 -Jane Cordero, M. Ed., Secondary Special Education Coordinator at Hill-Freedman World Academy.