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How Students Involved Other Students

By
Deanne King,   Travis El
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My students wanted to sign up for Fuel Up to Play 60 but were confused how to do it, so I set up our lap top and made it a station during one of our activities. The first day, two girls signed up. During their breaks in school and at home they checked out the website, tried a few challenges. They came back the next day with a bunch of their friends to sign up, because they had told them how easy it was and about the interesting things they had learned during the challenges. So far, I have helped 35 students sign up during our PE class. So far, two students have reached Ambassador level, one has completed the parent permission form. I have since made it available anytime to sign up. I have a note book with the students log in information in case they forget. I have students telling me some of the interesting things they have learned. I am excited this year for the students and Fuel Up to Play 60!

How did students and adults work together as a team?

We worked as a team to help each other be successful.

How do you plan to make this Play last during the school year and beyond?

It is working and students are still excited.

What challenges did you face and how did you overcome them?

Students were confused about the process, so I showed them individually. I was able to answer questions and show them on their dashboards how easy it is to move around and access activities.