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Yes I have the same problem... when they look at their progress bar they get all excited because they think they are about to level up, when when you look at the actual number of XP, you see that t...

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Last year I did change the teams once in a while to balance things out, but I did not change the students' class. They do get attached to their character so I would not change their class. I didn't...

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For random events I like the ones I made for each colour of the rainbow and the students wearing this colour as the main colour of one clothing item get 50XP. I also have a rock paper scisor tourna...

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Thank you Angela, you are right, it is a game... when we play Monopoly, we choose the dog or the hat without identifying as a dog or a hat!

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That happened to me too last year (I did not start using it yet this year) with one of my groups. They were totally focusing on the meter for the whole period, testing its limits, trying to get the...

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What we did is that I created characters for the pets too! So the cats are healers and the dog is a mage... yeah! so when the dogs barks at another dog when we take a walk, she looses points... whe...

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I don't homeschool my daughter (even though I would love to, it's always been my dream, but as a single mom I don't see how I could do it!) but I still use Classcraft at home. My daughter is 11 and...

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Thank you all for your answers. I do give 100 XP for being positive and hardworking in class, but I teach special education and many of my students have behavior issues and do not get it very often...

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During our first week of classcraft, I accepted all requests for changing powers, for us to get used to the different powers and their impacts... Then I decided that power changing can only happen ...

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