The results are in!
This is the moment you’ve all been waiting for…the IXL Spring Learning Showdown rankings for Week 1!
Keep up the great work, everyone. Remember, the top three classes in each division will win, so it’s still anyone’s game!
- J. Carlson’s class, Kennedy Elementary School, Mankato, MN – 30,815
- D. Spagnola’s class, Eli Whitney Elementary School, Chicago, IL – 26,865
- A. Fricker’s class, Canyon View Elementary School, Salt Lake City, UT – 24,632
- P. Sontag’s class, Sawyer School, Chicago, IL – 23,008
- C. Hunn’s class, Mary Endres Elementary School, Woodstock, IL – 21,807
- J. Young’s 2nd grade class, Bear Valley Elementary School, Moreno Valley, CA – 21,637
- A. Keen’s class, Bluff City Elementary School, Bluff City, TN – 20,915
- K. Knapp’s class, Indian Creek Intermediate School, Trafalgar, IN – 19,902
- L. Williams’s class, Eli Whitney Elementary School, Chicago IL – 19,568
- J. Wiechman’s class, Windy Hills Elementary School, Kearney, NE – 19,492
- J. Kearney’s class, Graves Middle School, Whittier, CA – 29,329
- W. Pass’s Room 110 class, Eli Whitney Elementary School, Chicago, IL – 27,769
- J. Narro’s 7C Algebra class, Colegio Ingles, San Pedro, Mexico – 25,466
- W. Pass’s Room 109 class, Eli Whitney Elementary School, Chicago, IL – 21,517
- M. Rowe’s 715 class, JHS 223, Brooklyn, NY – 21,422
- T. Klink’s 8th Grade class, KIPP Blytheville College Preparatory, Blytheville, AR – 21,116
- J.Henry’s class, Nord Middle School, Amherst, OH – 18,639
- V. Mitchem’s class, Chase Middle School, Forest City, NC – 18,048
- T. Klink’s class, KIPP Blytheville College Preparatory, Blytheville, AR – 18,023
- J. Narro’s 7B Algebra class, Colegio Ingles, San Pedro, Mexico – 17,959
- E. Gómez Junco’s 9th Grade class Instituto San Roberto, Monterrey, Mexico – 57,991
- M. Aravamudham’s class, John Hay High School, Cleveland, OH – 38,740
- D. Drysdale’s class, Fraser High School, Fraser, MI – 16,862
- R. Dougherty’s Algebra I class, Skyline School, Urbana, MO – 13,776
- L. Mondestin’s Algebra I Honors class, Orange Preparatory Academy, Orange, NJ – 12,290
- L.Neuberger’s class, Weld Central High School, Keenesburg, CO – 10,604
- R. Webber’s class, Canby High School, Canby, OR – 7,715
- J. Redd’s class, McCluer High School, St. Louis, MO – 7,542
- S. Andrew’s 3rd Geometry class, Avery County High School, Newland, NC – 7,204
- S. Andrew’s 2nd Honors Geometry class, Avery County High School, Newland, NC – 7,095
How do I check the number of questions my class has attempted?
Sign in to your IXL teacher account and visit the “Class Usage Log” report, which can be found by clicking on the “Reports” tab, and then under “Usage.” You can also find it by visiting www.ixl.com/reports/usage/class.
Once you reach this report, set the time range to between March 17 and present, and select the specific class you want to check. Select “Problems attempted” and click “Update report.” You will see the total number of problems this class has attempted at the bottom of the report.
Will you be posting the rankings of classes so we can see where we stand in the competition?
Yes, we will be posting the rankings every Monday before noon PST until we announce the winners on April 18th.
I have more than one class. Is each class calculated separately?
Each class is calculated separately. As long as your students are divided into classes of 50 or less students on your “Roster” page, every class on your roster will be entered.
Will IXL count questions for previously mastered skills?
Yes! We want to allow students to review topics, so students may work on previously mastered skills.
Will IXL be factoring in the number of students in each class?
We do divide the contest into elementary, middle, and high school, as class sizes tend to be similar within these categories. However, we are not taking the number of students enrolled in each class into consideration for this contest.
Can homeschoolers participate?
This particular contest is just for school licenses. We will be having more contests in the future that will be open to other kinds of subscriptions, so keep an eye out!
For more information on the Spring Learning Showdown, see our original post.