According to an article just published in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning, titled: 8 Great Exit Ticket Tools for Teachers:
Exit tickets or cards are informal assessment tools teachers can use to assess students understanding at the end of a class. They can also be used for formative assessment purposes to help teachers design better instructional content based on students feedback. Exit tickets can take the form of a prompt or a question related to what have been taught in the lesson. Here are some examples of questions and prompts to use in your exit cards as featured in Brown University:
“Name one important thing you learned in class today.
What did you think was accomplished by the small group activity we did today?
I think this makes a lot of sense. I think you could set this up as a discussion question in Canvas, or simply use paper and pencil at the end of the class session. I definitely encourage you to check out the article for the other prompts that are being used at Brown University. These prompts can mine for information about student learning and open up avenues for further discussion or instruction.
So, if you aren’t using Exit Tickets, why not give it a go???