Although the idea of exit tickets is well known, figuring out how to master using them in your middle & high school math classes is a different story. From finding time to create them, remembering to actually give them, and teaching your students how to do them, this **5-part blogging series** covers it all. At the end, there’s even a bonus installment that’s all about how to turn your exit tickets digital!

# Algebra 1

## How to Make a Digital Exit Ticket: Turn Your Exit Tickets DIGITAL!

This is a bonus installment in the *Everything You Ever Wanted To Know about Using Exit Tickets in your Math Classroom* blogging series to show you how to take an exit ticket template that you use and love, and turn it into a digital format for your students to complete. As we grapple with hybrid schedules and the possibility of distance learning, this is more important than ever!

## Implementing Exit Tickets in Middle & High School Math – Why I Failed Before & How I Fixed It

This is the fifth installment in the *Everything You Ever Wanted To Know about Using Exit Tickets in your Math Classroom* blogging series. If you haven’t already, check out the first four posts and then keep reading!

*Read Post 1 here – 5 Reasons you Should be Using Exit Tickets in Your Middle & High School Math Class. *This post covers what an exit ticket is and why you would want to use one in your math class.

*Read Post 2 here – *

**. This post discusses how often you should be gi**

*How often should I use an exit ticket? A secondary math teacher explains all**ving an exit ticket, and ways to save time in creating them so you can actually keep up and make it routine.*

*Read Post 3 here – How to Implement Exit Tickets like a Math Teacher Pro*. This post discusses how to introduce them to your students and tips for

*actually remembering to give them each day!*

*Read Post 4 here – What do I do now? What to do with the exit tickets after your students hand them in. Reviewing, feedback, grading, and more!* This post goves over all of the logistics and teacher-decisions behind what to do after your students actually complete an exit ticket. This one is jam-packed with easy-to-implement ideas!

## What do I do now? What to do with the exit tickets after your students hand them in. Reviewing, Feedback, Grading, and More!

This is the fourth installment in the *Everything You Ever Wanted To Know about Using Exit Tickets in your Math Classroom* blogging series. If you haven’t already, check out the first three posts and then keep reading!

*Read Post 1 here – 5 Reasons you Should be Using Exit Tickets in Your Middle & High School Math Class. *This post covers what an exit ticket is and why you would want to use one in your math class.

*Read Post 2 here – *

**. This post discusses how often you should be gi**

*How often should I use an exit ticket? A secondary math teacher explains all**ving an exit ticket, and ways to save time in creating them so you can actually keep up and make it routine.*

*Read Post 3 here – How to Implement Exit Tickets like a Math Teacher Pro*. This post discusses how to introduce them to your students and tips for

*actually remembering to give them each day!*

## How to Implement Exit Tickets like a Math Teacher Pro

This is the third installment in the *Everything You Ever Wanted To Know about Using Exit Tickets in your Math Classroom* blogging series. If you haven’t already, check out the first two posts and then keep reading!

*Read Post 1 here – 5 Reasons you Should be Using Exit Tickets in Your Middle & High School Math Class. *This post covers what an exit ticket is and why you would want to use one in your math class.

*Read Post 2 here – *

**. This post discusses how often you should be gi**

*How often should I use an exit ticket? A secondary math teacher explains all**ving an exit ticket, and ways to save time in creating them so you can actually keep up and make it routine.*

## How Often Should I Use an Exit Ticket? A Secondary Math Teacher Explains All

This is the second post in the *Everything You Ever Wanted To Know about Using Exit Tickets in your Math Classroom* series. If you missed the first one about the **5 Reasons you Should be Using Exit Tickets in Your Middle & High School Math Class**, you can catch up and read it **here**.

Now that you’re familiar with what an exit ticket is and why you should be using them in your math classes, let’s dig into some of the details. If you haven’t already read my first post in this series, make sure to read **this** first!

## 5 Reasons you Should be Using Exit Tickets in your Middle & High School Math Class

Exit slips, exit tickets, tickets out the door, quick-checks, check-ins, show me what you know’s…whatever you call them, they’re incredible teaching tools that every secondary math teacher should be incorporating into their regular teaching practice. In this first installment of the *Everything You Ever Wanted To Know about Using Exit Tickets in your Math Classroom* series, and I wanted to dive straight into the reasons why YOU, yes you, will benefit from using exit tickets in your classes. No need to waste any time, let’s get into it!

## Algebra 1 – Unit 1 Interactive Notebook Pages | The Foundations of Algebra

Starting the year off right is SO important for any class, but especially in Algebra in particular, since everything that is done in the first unit is used throughout the entire year. Students NEED to have a strong foundation, or else they’ll be fighting an uphill battle all year, which is no good. I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about what topics are most important for students to know (from vocabulary to skills), so that each following unit has a strong foundation.

Here are all of the notes I used with my students during the 1st unit of Algebra 1.

## Number Challenges – A Team-Building Perseverance Challenge

If you’re looking for a great way to get your students working together, talking about math (particularly the order of operations), and working on perseverance, then search no further! This set of Number Challenges is perfect for any secondary math class.

Originally, taken from Math Equals Love, I wanted to reformat her activity because I didn’t have as much wall-space as she did, and I also wanted to add an extra element of reflection to turn the lesson’s focus more to perseverance, than order of operations (the math is definitely a welcome addition, though!).

Continue reading## Algebra 1 Interactive Notebook Pages | Unit 4 – Linear Functions

If you follow me on Twitter, you might have seen the following tweet about a month ago.

You could say I got a *bit* behind on my semester 1 INB gluing and, as a result, my INB posts have fallen by the wayside. Semester 1 ended the first week of February and I’m just now getting around to catching up on getting it organized, since I’ve had a few snow days in a row (I really thought this would be a snow-day free year, but nope!).

Without any further ado, here are my INB pages for Unit 4 of Algebra 1: Linear Functions. Note: There were activity/quiz/review days built into this unit–the days listed out are for days that note-taking occurred.

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