The Typing Tournament Leaderboards are designed to boost individual student motivation and team engagement by challenging all members of a class to contribute to the overall ranking on the Leaderboard. Many teachers have indicated that working with the Leaderboards has had a remarkable effect on the typing performance of their classes.
Only typing completed by students linked to a class at a school will contribute to the Leaderboards.
Any member of the public may view the Leaderboards.
Go to the Typing Tournament Online Home Page
Moment by moment the Leaderboard tracks and analyses all the words typed by each student in every class and displays the results for those classes that meet the participation criteria. The results refresh every 15 minutes. The Leaderboards enable classes to compete across a broad range of criteria thus maximizing involvement. By using the tick boxes to isolate different criteria, users can view the performance of their class by:
The Leaderboard system archives the results week by week enabling users to retrospectively view the performance of their class.
Weekly improvements in class ranking relative to other classes is shown by green arrows.
For a detailed explanation of the operation of the Leaderboards to go How The Weekly Leaderboards Work
The Typing Tournament Leaderboards do not display any Personal Identifiable Data for any student. Only aggregated class results are displayed.
Some schools may prefer that their classes are not displayed on the Leaderboards. If this is the case, the School Administrator can simply uncheck the Participate in competition option on the My School screen of the School Administration menu. Please note we cannot remove results retrospectively.
Leaderboard participation certificates can be retrospectively printed from the archived history for the whole class.
Only teachers logged into their accounts can access and print Leaderboard certificates.