Frequently Asked Questions

ExitTicket for Teachers

General Questions, setup and getting efficacy in your classroom

Can I share tickets and questions amongst other teachers?

Yes, ExitTicket is designed to share tickets and questions amongst your colleagues in your school, organization, or at large with other teachers using ExitTicket around the globe.

In the Authoring module, go to the top right > “MyPreferences” > “Sharing And Collaboration” > and select “Public (open to anyone) to share yours…

Go to “Item Bank” > “Public Library” to duplicate someone else’s ticket and use it yourself (you can then find the duplicate ticket in “My Library”).

How can ExitTicket reduce grading time?

ExitTicket can reduce grading time because it tracks your students’ scores over time (longitudinal data) so there’s no importing/exporting you have to do to get aggregated score data over time. Also, by using “Launch” tickets at the beginning of class that are specifically designed to test your students whether they did their homework or not, will help remove the burden of having to spend time reviewing or grading homework.

How do I get billed as a single Teacher account?

Teachers who opt for paid apps can pay as they go on a monthly plan from $0.99-$8.95 depending on how many optional apps you use. You will get billed each month on your credit card. We can also combine several teachers into a subscription, either paid Monthly/Annually by credit card or Purchase Order. Questions? Contact us!


How Much Does ExitTicket Cost?

ExitTicket is FREE.

The free plan has the assessment editor (Launch, Practice, Exit, Quicket), modules (Teacher, Projector and Student), heatmaps and basic functionality you need to use ExitTicket all by itself. You can add-on functionality with optional paid applications. These applications together make up the same Teacher “Master” plan we had before, but now you can customize your teacher plan à la carte and just pay for what you need.

Visit the pricing page for more details.

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Is ExitTicket in the App Store, Google Play and Chrome?

ExitTicket is currently available in the Apple iTunes App Store, Google Play and Chrome Web Store. Install them today!

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What equipment do I need to run ExitTicket?

Any device that can connect to the Internet and has a ‘relatively’ modern web browser.
(We recommend Google Chrome, Apple Safari or Mozilla Firefox)

Where do I find the Teacher iPad App?

Currently there is only a “student” version of the iOS app in the iTunes app store for iPhones and iPods.

To create a iPad “App” you can do it in your Safari Browser in 3 quick steps:

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Schools Districts and Networks

Deploy ExitTicket in your school or system-wide.

Can a School or District pay for ExitTicket for teachers?

Sure thing! If you want to use the paid apps we have several ways to set it up for a school or district to pay for ExitTicket for the teachers. We have several options for the Master App Pack:

  • Single-Teacher by month or year
  • Multiple-Teacher by month or year
  • Unlimited School-wide by year
  • Unlimited District-wide by year

Contact us to set up a payment plan today.

How Much Does ExitTicket Cost for a School or District?

For a school-wide roll out of ExitTicket pricing starts at $1000 for the first school building and goes up with the number of teachers ($50/teacher) and the number of schools ($500/each additional school)

This price includes the Master App Pack for all of the teachers, Sync to your Student Information System via Clever, and the Coachr Admin layer.

If you would like an invoice for your school please fill out the form below and a representative will get in touch with you within 24 hours. Thanks!

Universities and Colleges

How to use ExitTicket in Higher Education

Is ExitTicket available for Higher Education?

Absolutely! While we designed ExitTicket specifically for a high school environment, it has been used all across K-12 and is now being used in several universities, colleges and technical colleges in the US. In the fall 2014 we will be introducing a version specifically designed for higher education use.

Today, I ran a professional development my teaching staff at Allen Park High School. It went great. Before today, I have 8 teachers who are using it. After today, the number will definitely increase.

Tim Brown, Mathematics Department Chair
Allen Park High School

ExitTicket has been designed how education technology should be designed: In the classroom, by teachers and students.

Scot Refsland, Ph.D.
LPS Innovation Fellow

We designed and built ExitTicket with the purpose of giving teachers a powerful tool to accelerate student learning – particularly for students entering significantly below grade level.

Louise Waters
Dr Louise Waters, CEO, Superintendent
Leadership Public Schools

Great app to be a more responsive teacher, save time grading, and have students celebrate growth

Mitch Mosbey, First Grade
Promise Road Elementary

Looking for a way to track and monitor student progress? Use ExitTicket student response system for beautiful management!

Lindsay Hudak, Edtech Integration Specialist
Tri-Creek School Corp.

Your app has helped me teach my students how having ‘grit’ leads to success

Kristin Thomsen, 6th Grade Teacher

I saw ExitTicket when it was just barely a functional prototype two years ago. Now seeing it in action recently at the Education For the Future’s Summer Institute, Wow! It’s a real game changer.

Marcy Lauck, Director, National Data Strategies, NLET

I am very enthusiastic about ExitTicket because it fills a much needed gap in our education reform efforts.

Tom Vander Ark, CEO of Getting Smart

I’ve seen a lot of technology over the years, and ExitTicket is one of the most impactful educational tools I’ve ever seen.

Tim Koogle, Former CEO of Yahoo

I’m a huge ExitTicket fan.

James Sanders, White House Fellow

The power of change it produces in both students and teachers is amazing. The way it handles detailed longitudinal data has never been seen before in a student response system.

Vickie Bernhardt, Director, Education for the Future