You can now submit quests to be featured in the Marketplace, where other teachers will be able to download and use your quests in their classrooms. Before you submit a quest, make sure that it follows these guidelines:
Your quest is ...
- Complete: Your quest should include a starting point (introduction), several objectives (use as many or as few as needed), and an endpoint (when appropriate). Make sure to submit quests that are completed from beginning to end.
Appropriate: The language and themes of your quest should be appropriate for all students. Avoid strong or offensive language, shocking themes, discrimination, and violence.
Accessible: Your quest should be in English and contain files or assignments that other teachers can access. (The Marketplace will be in other languages at a future date.)
- Proofread: Make sure to submit the final reviewed version of your quest. Make sure to check for consistency in the story and for grammar and spelling mistakes before submitting your work.
If you want, you can make your quest that much better by using:
An original and compelling storyline: Using a story in a quest is not mandatory, but it does help students feel engaged with your content. Create a compelling story from scratch to make it a hit.
Copyright-free content: Make sure that the content you use in your quest is either free of rights or that the source is properly cited when you use it in your work.
- Self-paced objectives and branching paths: Using Classcraft features within your quest and promoting personalized and differentiated learning will make them that much more interesting for other teachers.
Why was my quest denied?
The Classcraft team must approve your quest before it can appear on the Marketplace. If your quest is not accepted, it may be because your quest:
Contains offensive language or themes
Is written in a non-supported language (we only accept quests in English at the moment)
Is difficult to read or understand (your quest contains too many typos or is confusing to read)
Does not grant access to all its files and assignments (unless you are submitting your story only)
Is too similar to another teacher's
Learn all about Quests here:
- Creating a quest
- Accessing and using free quests
- Adding lesson objectives to your map
- Using the Assignments feature
- Integrating Google Classroom assignments
- Enabling Self-Paced Progress for students
- Creating and differentiating paths
- Accessing and using the Progress Center
- Importing quests from your classes
- Sharing your quests with other teachers
- Quests Marketplace – Submission guidelines