The 500 students with the highest time-on-task and 70%+ mastery will receive Classworks All-Star t-shirts!
From now until March 16th, students with the highest time-on-task and greater than 70% mastery will be eligible to win one of 500 custom designed All-Star t-Shirts! Winners will be announced the week of April 6th, 2018.
This year’s theme is Reach for the Stars! Have your students illustrate what they’d like to do or be when they grow up. What does their dream job look like? We want to know!
Download or print the artwork entry forms for your students. Students can create artwork digitally or print the entry form and draw, paint, or color their t-shirt design. All illustrations must be entered using the entry form. Entry forms will be accepted through March 9, 2018, at 5:00 p.m. ET.
What can you do to help students win?
The All-Star contest is a great way to motivate and incentivize students! Create your own All-Star mini-contests for your class or grade level. Check out our last post for some simple ways to inspire success among students.
We know our teachers are a creative bunch, and we want to celebrate that as well! If you’ve come up with a unique incentive or strategy for motivating students, post about it on social media and tag us so we see it (links below). At the end of the contest, we’ll announce our pick for the most creative and you’ll win a $100 Amazon gift card!
One of the biggest challenges we sometimes face as teachers is to keep pace with students. We sat down with two exceptional educators that have cracked the code when it comes to motivating students.
A recent Education Week article* considers four purposes for assigning math problems to help students deepen mathematical understanding. Use Classworks Applied Math to give your students meaningful math practice that addresses each of the four areas.