Saturday, April 14, 2012

Question Corral

Mor, over at A Teacher's Treasures posted about her revamped "Parking Lot" for Post-Its and questions, so I thought I would share what I did too.  I got the idea over the summer from going to so many teacher trainings and meetings where they used this strategy, so I decided to use it im my classroom as well.  I designed a magnetic poster at Vista Print.  (If you are not familiar with Vista Print - it will become you newest summer addiction - guaranteed!) The poster is stuck on my front board and the kids can post comments or questions any time throughout the day.  This has been a lifesaver for some of those kids (you know who they are,) who always need to tell me something, or for those who don't want to ask questions out loud in class.  Anyway, it has worked well for me.


Do you do anything like this in your classroom?  Please share your ideas!

Colleen,
Here are the Exit Passes I made on Vista Print too.


 

4 comments :

  1. Love! I use exit tickets where they share something they learned (usually directed with a specific question for me) or they ask a question.

    Colleen
    http://theteachingchameleon.blogspot.com

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    1. Colleen,
      I use Exit Passes too on Fridays. I made them on Postcards for FREE at Vista Print.
      See my design above.

      Teresa

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  2. Great idea! I may need to get "addicted" to Vista Print this summer and order one of these too! Thanks for sharing!

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