## Quick Write

A Quick Write is a way to assess a student's grasp on a concept in a confidential, safe manner. This strategy is easy and does not require much effort from the student, but is a valuable tool for an educator to assess whether the lesson is understood by the student, or if it needs to be revisited in more detail.

After the lesson, I will generate a question to the students about what I have taught during class. The students will be given a set amount of time to answer the question, usually at the end of the period. This is usually worth a minimal amount of points, as it is more of a quick summery of whether the student grasped the material that I had intended for them to learn, or if we, as a class, need to spend more time on an important concept. This strategy, also, gives me an idea of whether an individual student needs more personalized help than I had realized.

This strategy is often used as an "exit ticket" before students are dismissed from class.

The main purpose of this strategy is to allow a student a safe way to express what he or she learned or did not learn during the day's lesson.

After the lesson, I will generate a question to the students about what I have taught during class. The students will be given a set amount of time to answer the question, usually at the end of the period. This is usually worth a minimal amount of points, as it is more of a quick summery of whether the student grasped the material that I had intended for them to learn, or if we, as a class, need to spend more time on an important concept. This strategy, also, gives me an idea of whether an individual student needs more personalized help than I had realized.

This strategy is often used as an "exit ticket" before students are dismissed from class.

The main purpose of this strategy is to allow a student a safe way to express what he or she learned or did not learn during the day's lesson.