Is it possible to manage Classcraft with another teacher?

Classcraft is designed to be run by one teacher per classroom. However, you and another teacher can manage the game together, in a single classroom by sharing an account or in multiple classrooms by by sharing students.

In the same classroom

Co-teacher accounts are not available at this time.

If you want to use a single account for both teachers, you could share log-in information with your co-teacher or aid. One person could operate the game from a desktop, the other from a mobile device (iOS or Android app).

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If you've signed up using Facebook, Twitter, Google, Microsoft, or Clever, you can set up an email and password login for Classcraft in your account profile. This way, your co-teacher or aid can simply sign in using your email and unique Classcraft password.

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In multiple classrooms

Teachers may be working together to run Classcraft across grade levels or multiple classes via Teacher Connect. In this case, each teacher can have their own account and add shared students into their classes. This way, students can play in multiple classes with the same character and account. (This is called Multi-Class.)

Additionally, it’s important for teachers to decide together what the game settings, random events, sentences, powers, and HP and XP presets should be so that they can remain consistent in how they run the game.

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With the "Share Settings" feature, you can import game customizations other teachers have made.

If multiple teachers are using the Grade Converter, communicate about how often you input grades into the Grade Converter, especially if you share students. Too much HP loss in one day can be difficult for students to handle. If this becomes a problem, you could turn off the HP loss for the Grade Converter entirely (see "Game Rules" under "Advanced" in the class settings).

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Good communication between teachers can ensure that Classcraft works smoothly from classroom to classroom.

 

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