Mastery Club Question - Please help!!

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  1. sandytoes

    sandytoes Rookie

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    Aug 11, 2014

    This year I am going to implement the Mastery Club idea! I have been doing a lot of brainstorming and continually get stuck on one thing. I'm going to have 5 levels of the mastery club depending on the number of points they earn they will move from one level to the next. I want to display which level students are at and move them accordingly. I am going to be doing this with two different classes because I teach middle school. Any ideas of how to display which level each student is at, and making it easy to move their names across levels? or should I just do a chart with all their names...and stickers? that just seemed boring because already do that for weekly tests.

    Please help!!
     
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  3. HottyToddy

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    Aug 12, 2014

    If your school has a football team or a track or some other high emphasis team that students enjoy, you could do a football field and move little football players every 20 yards and they can reach a touchdown or a track with hurdles in between levels and have little runner cut-outs with students' names on them for them to reach a finish line. Move them within each level closer to the hurdle or the yard line as they earn points so they can see the progress in between. Maybe have a little reward at each level they cross and then a group celebration at the end of the term for everyone doing their best.
     
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    Aug 13, 2014

    Is it best to use velcro then for each little runner? I'm going to have approximately 50 students ---- that would be a lot of little runners and a TON of velcro.
     

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