How to create a classroom leaderboard

Creating an interactive leaderboard for a classroom does not need to be hard. Find out more in our first blog post!

November 4, 2023 - Education


  1. Introduction
  2. Competition in Learning
  3. Leaderboard Creation
  4. Wrapping Up

Do you want a fun way to engage your students, without the pressure of traditional grading? Let's introduce a fun way to create the thrill of gentle competition.

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In this post, we'll look at how you can use our leaderboards in your classroom.

A well crafted leaderboard should be a fun visual way for your students to celebrate accomplishments, no matter what game you are playing. The goal is to create a fun, competetive atmosphere that gets them engaged and thinking.

Remember, in this case, the leaderboard isn't just a tracking tool, it's a way to promote good student behaviors. It's also a great way to get them working in teams and demonstrating soft skills, like teamwork, collaboration, and participation.

Competition in Learning

Using competetive elemnts in education can be traced back to many studies, which examined the elements that drive students to want to learn. The introduction of competition into the learning process can revive a student's drive, make the journey more enjoyable, and even allow the teacher to have fun!

Overall, creating classroom games with a leaderboard will significantly boost your students involvement and reinforce positive learning behaviors.

Leaderboard Creation

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Try tools like Keynote / Excel. Most educators are familiar with these applications, that are also very useful in remote learning environments. You can find a ton of templates on or You can even find tutorials on making leaderboards in Excel online.

Wrapping Up

This is the end! Thanks for reading, we hope you've learned something.
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