We created some fun social-media exit tickets in Word and PDF format. These are some great ways to engage students at the end of a lesson — and one of them even has some UDL research behind it!
Emoji Exit Tickets
These exit tickets were designed with UDL in mind. The top section gauges student engagement. The bottom three questions are aligned to the UDL principles of Engagement, Representation, and Action + Expression.
Twitter Exit Tickets
Have students leave a concluding “Tweet” — or brief thought — for the lesson. Encourage them to use #hashtags (a word or unspaced phrase) to idenify common themes or content from the lesson. Then, when reviewing the lesson the next day, you can share which words or themes were “trending.”
Facebook Exit Tickets
Have students explain what they “liked” about today’s lesson. This is an easy, fun way to keep a positive and affirmative focus on students’ comments.
Instagram Exit Tickets
Have students create a caption about today’s lesson. You can insert your own image(s) that are related to the lesson — or have students draw a picture. This is an engaging method for visual learners. After completing this exit ticket, you can create a gallery and have students comment on each others’ posts.