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Hi Henrique, I've been using Classcraft in college since 2014 and I did a webinar on it last summer.   The Multiplayer Classroom is a great read!  It goes into deeper ways to gamify your classroom ...

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I'm not sure I'd want to take away XP.  That would seem like a pretty permanent set-back for a student.  I could see doing it though, if the student plagiarizes.  In my classes, the biggest source ...

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I agree.  I make sure my students know that their character does not have to reflect their image of themselves, but most do want it to.   With students in the past who are non-binary, I generally r...

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Hi John, I use Classcraft with Community College students.  They range in age from high school to senior citizens.  And yes, some of them think it is silly or unnecessary.  This is especially true ...

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I'd love to see a way to do this.  I have some events that don't work at certain times in the semester.  For example, I have one that lets them submit an assignment they skipped for 1/2 points.  Th...

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Yup - that's what I do.  It should still work even if they log in with Google, since there still has to be a password stored in the game interface.  I usually use this for students who don't serve ...

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I've changed the events quite a bit in my online classes.  They are asynchronous, so I post an event each evening that takes effect the next day.  So obviously, I can't really have them sing a song...

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A sci-fi version of Classcraft could be cool and would fit in well for tech and science classes.  But it would be a lot of work to create all new visuals, so I can see that it would be prohibitive ...

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Since my students are adult learners (for the most part - some parallel enrolled High Schoolers), for the most part I let THEM decide what the sentences should be.  I never use those that do things...

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I think Classcraft is particularly good in History.  Now, I teach college students but you could easily do this with younger students as well.  My whole class is focused on heroes.  We start with a...

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