Ky. school district uses "exit slips" to assess learning

A school district in Louisville, Ky., has started implementing tactics for boosting engagement, such as requiring students in certain classes to demonstrate understanding of the day's lesson on "exit slips" before leaving. "With the exit slips, it's another way to tell the teacher 'Hey, I don't know this' without calling yourself out during class or feeling bad because you don't understand something," said Torien Miles, a freshman at Seneca High School.

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