Using integrations at your school (Google Classroom, Clever, etc.)

While the teachers at your school or district can use their school email to sign in to Classcraft, the platform is fully integrated with ClassLink, Google, Clever, and Microsoft. They may also sign in using Facebook and Twitter.

Teachers can link their Classcraft account to their account for any (or all) of these services by editing their profile. Once an account is linked, they will be able to use it to log in.

There are also specific benefits to using  the following integrations:

 

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ClassLink

When you register as a district using ClassLink, we’ll automatically sync with your ClassLink Roster (on a daily basis). This way, the teacher and student lists on Classcraft will match ClassLink’s lists. This makes managing your roster easier. Also, teachers in your district will also be able to log in to Classcraft using their ClassLink accounts.

 

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Google and Google Classroom

After linking their Classcraft and Google accounts, teachers will be able to upload files directly from Google Drive. Furthermore, if a teacher uses Google Classroom, they’ll be able to add their Google Classroom students to their class (if they’re in your Student Database already), integrate Google Classroom assignments in their quests, and convert assignment grades to Experience Points (XP) and Gold Pieces (GP).

 

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Clever

If your district uses Clever, the teachers from your school will be able to launch Classcraft directly through their Clever dashboard.

For this, the district administrator must add Classcraft to the Clever dashboard. If a teacher had a Classcraft account before using Classcraft with Clever, they’ll have to link their account on their profile. If not, they will prompted to complete the account creation process, after which their Classcraft account will be automatically linked to Clever.

 

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Microsoft

After a teacher links their Classcraft and Microsoft accounts, they’ll be able to upload files directly from Microsoft OneDrive.

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