What If Classroom Management Was Fun?!
Transform your classroom into a game and see how your students’ deepened engagement can supercharge your lessons.
What If Classroom Management Was Fun?!
Transform your classroom into a game and see how your students’ deepened engagement can supercharge your lessons.
"Seeing silent students find the courage to speak up because they can earn extra XP, or watching students smile when they get back a good result ... those moments are worth a lot, and that’s what I like about Classcraft."
- Jeroen HeremansBelgium@geekmyclass
Make Students Accountable to Each Other
Classcraft puts students in teams so they have to depend on each other to thrive. When school becomes less of an individual experience and more of a collective one, students encourage each other more and start looking out for one another.
Make Students Accountable to Each Other
Classcraft puts students in teams so they have to depend on each other to thrive. When school becomes less of an individual experience and more of a collective one, students encourage each other more and start looking out for one another.
"My shy student was suddenly directing her teammates on strategy and helping them choose their characters. My troubled child was polite and attentive, even giving praise to other students when they earned XP."
- Kevin PeoplesFlorida@KevinDPeoples
Make it Cool to Ask for Help!
When students earn points for being exemplary, they'll progress in the game. Helping weaker students now means everyone gets further ahead in class!
Make it Cool to Ask for Help!
When students earn points for being exemplary, they'll progress in the game. Helping weaker students now means everyone gets further ahead in class!
"Overall, I saw students embracing the game, working together to accomplish a common goal, and making academic leaps as a result."
- Jessica AndersonMontana@TriSciCurious
The Power of the Golden Rule
By giving students powers that help their team and themselves, all of a sudden, being nice to one another takes on a whole new meaning.
The Power of the Golden Rule
By giving students powers that help their team and themselves, all of a sudden, being nice to one another takes on a whole new meaning.
"The foundation of teamwork and the ability to simply realize that education can be fun and rewarding, which Classcraft helps build, will no doubt continue to serve the children as they move ahead in the future."
- Darren McQuaidSouth Korea@darrenmcquaid1
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