Exit tickets are a well-known tool for gauging comprehension, or as a strategy for formative assessment. Traditionally done at the end of class, on a slip of paper, teachers gather one or two answers from students to see who grasped a concept, and to flag any difficulties students may be having.
5 ways to support student wellbeing during remote learning
The transition from in-class to remote and blended learning environments has put pressure on students and teachers alike. Anonymised Loop data shows that both teachers and students have reported higher stress levels across the initial stages of remote learning.
Using Loop for effective Remote Learning
Transitioning to a remote learning environment on short notice is not easy. It takes time for teachers and students to adjust to these new ways of learning, and continuous communication is key to optimising these arrangements. We have pulled together a number of strategies to help you support your students in this time of flux, using your Loopfalse