Evidence Based Practice Library

Social Skills Training & Scripting: Exit Ticket

A goal of Exit Ticket Part 2 is to shift the dynamic in the classroom from being teacher led to student led. Teachers can redirect student dialogue so that socialization & communication is driven by the students and not led by the teacher. Scripting is used to identify the process for giving feedback. Each lesson’s Exit Ticket section includes an opportunity for students to practice giving feedback repeatedly and includes multiple differentiated resources to support students in giving and receiving feedback so that every student can meaningfully participate. This will prepare students for demonstrating this skill independently in the workplace, and during Digitability Work Simulation projects, where students learn to appropriately interact with peers, adults, and other individuals in a simulated workplace setting.

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High Impact Strategies & Financial Literacy: Next Steps 

Teachers prompt students to write down how much money they have earned this session. Learn more

 

Auditory Processing and Functional Workplace Behavior: Exit Ticket. 

Students presenting interpret and repeat feedback they receive from each student using the phrase, “What I hear you saying is….”  Learn more

 

Literacy & Language: Informal Assessment

During the Informal Assessment, teachers prompt the whole class to say the key concept together. Learn More

 

“As we lead our students into a tech-driven future, Digitability moves students closer to their career and life goals.”     

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