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I've adapted a lot of the events in my online classes to encourage students to log in and stay engaged.  So I have a bunch where students have to post something fun on my general conversation board...

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So I teach higher ed fully online (asynchronous) classes and have for many years.   My students are extremely unlikely to have ever met before taking my class (we're a big institution with over 50,...

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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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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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Most definitely!   But for now, show them the range of mage gear as they go up levels.  Many gear sets are elaborate enough that body type isn't really visible and their faces are behind masks.   M...

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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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