Keep your students enthusiastic, motivated, and accountable for their weekly walks by celebrating their learning. Taking a quiz can be a little nerve-racking but it’s also a great way to determine just how much students are learning. It’s important to celebrate your students’ Walking Classroom successes, and the possibilities are endless. Here are a few great ideas we love from some fabulous adopters:
Kim Collazo, a 5th grade teacher in North Carolina, had the great idea to celebrate her students’ success on quizzes with a wall of sneakers. Each student has a sneaker and anytime a student scores a 90 or higher on a quiz, a sticker is added to their shoe and the whole class celebrates that student’s achievement!
Wall of Fame
Motivating students to pay attention on walks and consequently, do well on their quizzes isn’t hard in Jessica Jacobsen’s 4th grade classroom. Their “Walking Classroom Wall of Fame” is a place where students’ quizzes are proudly displayed and can be easily switched out the next time a quiz is taken.
How do you celebrate your students’ Walking Classroom successes? Share in the comments section below!