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!