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You High School students should definitely enjoy the game Elena!   The main things I see with older students are these: They like to have more control over the game.  So for example, you could let...

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Hi Miquel, So when you click the button to give Health damage and a student Falls in Battle, they end up with a small amount of Health left after the "fall."  You can set what this is in the game r...

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Hi Michael, I use CC in higher ed, though I use most of the system.   My students are first- or second- year undergrads.    Could you use the system without Health?  That's probably the easiest thi...

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I definitely don't have time right now, but would during my spring break (April 13-22).  If you want to include college instructors in your research, feel free to contact me at:.   ltrauth [at] ccb...

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Andrew linked to my article in his post above, but here are the main ways I adapt the game to my Online classes (which are the bulk of my teaching load at present):  I created some screen cast vi...

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You can definitely use CC in shorter classes.   I teach 14 week, 7 week, 6 week, 5 week, and 3 week classes and use the game in ALL of them.   And all of the shorter terms are online, so I don't ev...

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Welcome to the community Kristen!  If you want to chat more about using CC with college students, please feel free to email me at ltrauth[at]ccbcmd[dot]edu.   I'm happy to share my experiences and ...

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Like Nicholas I think of CC as it's own reward.   But I've also changed the powers quite a bit.  I teach adult students who don't care about things like being able to move where they sit or open a ...

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It sounds like your students are starting to turn things around!   Since you have those alternative discipline options, if for any reason it doesn't work, you can always use those - whatever the sc...

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Rodney's ideas about customizing the game are awesome!   And he shows just how much you can do to adjust it to meet the needs of your students.  You should definitely check out his link.  BTW, I lo...

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