In remote and distance learning, motivation is everything

Schools are closed. Students are home with distractions. Parents are busy and may not be able to supervise kids as much as they’d like.

And you need to keep students motivated, while also staying connected to them.

By giving you the tools to motivate students in a remote learning environment, Classcraft can help you make your COVID-19 response plan as smooth as possible.

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5 keys to successful remote and distance learning

  • Motivated and engaged students
  • Strong relationships and community
  • Parents who play an active role
  • Clear expectations for behavior in an online setting
  • Visibility for administrators into what’s going on at home

Classcraft is a one-stop shop for remote learning

Classcraft gives you everything you need to develop and assess students in a remote learning environment — while keeping them engaged and motivated.

Clear behavior expectations

Communicate the positive behaviors that are expected of students in an online learning environment

Digital rewards

Give points for class discussions, grades, and behavior that translate to digital rewards students love like cool gear and pets

Teams

By working together, students become more invested in their own progress — and learn to feel accountable for their classmates

Active parent participation

Parents can give students points for positive behavior at home — providing educators with additional classroom management support and a full picture of student engagement

Boss battles

Make formative assessment fun by turning it into a collaborative showdown

Random events

Kick off lessons with fun group activities and events that keep students on their toes

Kudos

Encourage students to openly celebrate each other for positive behaviors so they connect on a more human level

Data and analytics

Gain real-time visibility into student motivation and behavior — both inside and outside the digital classroom

Give your online curriculum superpowers

Narrative is more than just entertainment. It’s how we build understanding.

Stories give students space to explore new ideas and perspectives — and to put themselves in someone else’s shoes.

With Classcraft, teachers can experience the benefits of narrative in a remote learning environment — without the extra time or hassle.

Quests

  • Story-driven adventures that inspire and motivate
  • Self-paced objectives that keep students on the edge of their seats
  • Branching paths deliver personalized instruction based on mastery
  • Full assignment management
  • Google Classroom integration to reuse your existing lessons
  • Coming soon: self-correcting quizzes

Get inspired in the Quest Marketplace with 1000 free teacher-created quests!

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Story Mode

  • Pre-written storylines for Quests
  • Transforms lesson plans into episodic and binge-worthy learning adventures
  • Each episode aligns with CASEL SEL competencies
  • Draws from a rich world of characters, locations, and pets
  • Guidebook allows students to dive deep into the Classcraft universe
  • Narrative unfolds over the school year, keeping students engaged

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We’re here to help you respond to the coronavirus outbreak

We’re doing everything we can to help support students and educators during this trying time. Here’s a rundown of what we’re offering:

For districts and schools

  • Free schoolwide access to Classcraft through July 31
  • Free 1-hour implementation session
  • Free daily PD sessions focused on remote learning

For teachers

  • Expanded access to Quests for teachers with free accounts
  • Free daily professional development
  • A free “How to” guide for remote learning
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Research and results

Sel and PBIS alignment

“Classcraft’s interpretation of PBIS and its understanding of the connection to SEL is advanced and enlightened.”

Motivation and engagement

A study of 44 students and 15 teachers revealed:

  • 2X increase in participation in tasks requiring a device
  • 89% improvement in digital citizenship
  • 6X increase in in sophisticated / independent device use

The power of collaboration

This study found that Classcraft has an influence on how students collaborate with their teammates and that the game reaches its objective of fostering social engagement.

Case study

East Paulding Middle School near Atlanta saw an 85% decrease in referrals after using Classcraft for PBIS for only one term.

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