Twitter board for exit tickets. Also, # the birds & each student puts their Post-It on their #
My classroom Twitter board! A great formative assessment tool! Kids write out what they have learned, or anything that may need help with
Twitter board... Could use for childrens comments or for family updates
Life in Fifth Grade: My First Week of Fifth Grade (and some freebies!)
Each kid has their OWN speech bubble - laminate and use dry erase for a quick exit slip or have the kids write their slip/response on a sticky note and put it on their speech bubble...
Printable Twitter Reading Wall Classroom
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Today's Tweet Exit Cards
Twitter exit cards -- Today's Teaching Tweet. Students put their names in the form of @____ and then below that they write what they learned from today's lesson. Lastly, they #hashtag a "trending topic."
This is a good idea to use but with my class theme to see how students are doing in understanding the material.
Mrs. Brosseau's Binder: Twitter Board In Action. This Twitter Board is great for posting exit cards. I made sticky notes through Vistaprint so the students can stick their exit card on the board on their way out of class.
(Life in Fifth Grade) Such a cute way to hold markers
Students' tweets...create a Twitter board on your classroom wall. Encourage students to "post" their status/thoughts on laminated (therefore reusable) sentence strips. Have students write the times that they write their tweets underneath their text to add time-telling practice...I can't find this on the blog, but with the picture and explanation, you don't need it!
Instagram Bulletin Board. From Marci Coombs Blog
All Things Upper Elementary: Morning Meeting Greeting: What's the News? Classroom Twitter Board
Interactive Twitter Bulletin Board. The students wrote what they learned on a bird as both a closure to the lesson and a formative assessment. If you can't tell, I love making bulletin boards!
EdTech Chic: Twitter Book Reviews - 140 Characters or Less! (technology theme)