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PBIS That gets buy in

I think it is a great tool to get buy in from students. Maybe having some more preset challenges to teach kids how to use it fully.
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Awesome product!

It is amazing, kids really like it and ask when we can use it again.
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Great tool for your PBIS program

It is one of two classroom digital tools that I personally pay the premium for. I is my main tool for positive reinforcement of behaviors, team building, and for social emotional learning. I use the quests for lesson review and engagement. The quest marketplace is a nice feature. Would love to have a market for the boss battles as well.
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Super Engaging!

Overall Classcraft has been quite successful with the classes I have used it with. Most find the mechanics of the platform engaging and like the consistent positive reinforcement that they receive. The gold coins also create a good opportunity for class auctions which helps to make rewards tangible. I tend not to use the heart system as I would prefer the whole experience to be really positive, so I use the school's behavioural processes instead when there are any concerns within the classroom.
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Making Learning a Game!

Curious enough, CC is designed primarily for behavioral management but I do not use it in that capacity. I utilize the Quest function to add variety to their HW practice after a lesson in class. Occasionally, I will also do a Boss Battle, which are very, VERY popular with the students. I would like to see a timer function added to this to prevent a team or student from stalling the class.
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Very Impressed

My students and I really like how interactive the website is. Students are very engaged to level up, earn powers, and show their best behavior in order to get XP. There is a bit of a learning curve at first but once we got the hang of it we had a lot of fun.
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Fun Frame for Lots of Things!

I think it's great! My kids wish there were some moving graphics. =oP I wish it was easier to share 'quests' with other teachers.
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Game Changer - No Punt Intended

I love this teaching tool so much that I pay for it from my own pocket. There is nothing I do not like about it. The only thing that I would recoment to make the tool even more powerful is to provide state standard based/ready made grade level tests, quizes, games etc. Aside from that, this tool is a must have in the classroom. You will notice immediate results once implemented.
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Game Changer! This app is a great way to manage class behavior, especially if you are teaching at the middle school level.

I would highly recommend this resource to all classroom teachers, but especially new and younger teacher. I love how it motivates my students to correct their behavior and also, gets the other students involved because they have to work as a team.
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Engagement, Fun and Even Pride!

First and foremost, the students love it and they engage and use all the possibilities Classcraft has to offer. They write Kudos to each other, they use their power to protect each other, and they are looking forward to unlock new levels and new equipment for their character. The fact that they are really into it (I teach in Grade 6) is super great as a teacher, because using Classcraft is always perceived as a treat. They get to engage in learning opportunities while being thrilled to do them. I even heard some of my students tell other students in other grades that they will get to experiment with Classcraft too when they'll be in grade 6, and that, "Classcraft is the best and wayyy better than so and so". (They have used other platforms in their other classes prior to coming in my class this year). In conclusion, a big THANK YOU to the Classcraft team. One last thing I really like about them, is that they keep updating and upgrading their platform to make it better! Kudos to them!
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