The demo class is a pre-populated class with students and teams. It can help you learn to use the game features (such as giving XP or GP, removing HP, editing the game rules, and so forth) without affecting your actual classes.
In the demo class, you have access to all the Classcraft Premium features, such as Boss Battles (Adventures in the Wild), Countdown (The White Mountain), Stopwatch (The Forest Run), Volume Meter (The Makus Valley), and Grade Converter (Treasures of Tavuros). Also, you can create Quests and view Student Analytics.
It’s perfect for trying things out and seeing if Premium is for you!
Accessing the demo class
Scroll down the teacher homepage until you see the Learn How to Play section. You can access the demo class by clicking on the "Demo Class" button:
You can always access the demo class from any of your class without returning to the dashboard. In the upper left corner of the game screen, click on your class name to see all the classes you have access to, including the Demo Class.
Setting up the demo class
When you first create your account and proceed to the demo class, you’ll need to set it up. This will enable an experience more closely tied to your needs. If you’ve used the demo class before, you can reset the demo class settings. Click on the gear icon (Configure Class) on the lefthand sidebar; then click on the green “Reset Demo Class” button in the upper right corner.
You can reset your demo class setup as often as you want to see the different settings; however, if you’ve made changes to the demo settings, you’ll see a warning above the “Load Class” button to let you know the previous customizations will disappear.
Choosing your demo class settings
To build your customized demo class, pick your school level from the drop-down menu and select one of the options (General, PBIS, or Social Emotional Learning). Then click on “Load Class.”
You can now explore the different demo class customizations, which affect Health Points, Experience Points, and Gold Pieces presets, as well as sentences and powers. If you want to use these configurations in real classes, you can import the settings into your existing classes or when creating a new class.