3-2-1 Professional Development Exit Ticket

3-2-1 Professional Development Exit Ticket

You will complete a 3-2-1 Professional Development Exit Ticket Reflection for every event you attend. You are responsible for documenting your reflections by creating your own record of your completed professional development reflections.

Professional Development Passports are now available in the James Center for Student Success and Advising - RCOE Room 105!

FREE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ONLINE EVENTS AVAILABLE TODAY ON THE STUDENT ADVISING RESOURCES PAGE!

Using Engage 

Engage is the portal that students is one location to identify professional development opportunities that they will attend to meet the twenty (20) professional development event requirement for all teacher education students. Engage is the place to access both live events and the Virtual Professional Development Newsletter. To access these events students will need to log-in to Engage and request membership to the Reich College of Education group page. 

The Event RSVP

To RSVP for an event, students will check the "I will be attending" button on the right side of the event page description.

To get access to the event, the description must be read and the appropriate links to access a webinar or to register for an event will be linked in the body of the event description:

How to RSVP for a PD Event

Documenting your Reflection

The professional development reflection is comprised of these three prompts and you will write a reflection for every professional development event you attend.

  • Three (3) New Ideas/Concepts/Practices I learned at the PD Event

  • Two (2) New Ideas/Concepts/Practices I'd like to know more about

  • One (1) New Idea/Concept/Practice I will implement in my teaching practice that's related to my PD Goals

Creating Your Own Document

You are responsible for documenting all of your professional development reflections. 

To create your own document for managing your reflections you can choose a number of options like a word document or spreadsheet that you can answer the three reflection questions.

If you have a creative way of documenting your 3-2-1 Exit Ticket Reflections, such as a web page or other electronic presentation tool, let us know in the James Center. We would love to highlight your creativity on this webpage for other students to get unique and creative ideas!

Here is a sample of a 3-2-1 Reflection Spreadsheet / Table: 

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3-2-1 Exit Ticket Reflections will be submitted at end of your student teaching experience (follow instructor directions for upload to ASULearn).

Use the link below to download a copy of the 3-2-1 Professional Development Reflection guide. 

Click here to access the 3-2-1 Reflection Prompt [PDF]

Questions?

Email: jamescenter@appstate.edu