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Classcraft tracks student XP, organizes quests, and leads students through the game.
Struggling to gamify work? Overcomplicating it? No fear, Scott is here!
Scott Hebert shows us how to make our own game of chance. There is mystery, story, prizes, and possibly a cursed card involved.
To create a gamified classroom, you have to understand game elements. Karl Kapp outlines eight game elements, but there are much more to consider. Use this article as a starting point.
This is a template for creating webquests.
This search engine allows educators free access to webquests. Use, adapt, or be inspired to create your own!
This webquest challenges students to develop an encyclopedia of notable women using both web and print resources. This quest could be extended to include drama (a living museum for example) in which the students can take other classes through their museum, and explain their research.
This rubric can be a jumping off point for grading webquests. Webquests are assignments with set objectives that students can arrive at through multiple means. Students have a choice in the type of assignment they complete.
Students study computer science and learn to code. Coding is applicable to every subject. Students learn to think like creators. They can try their ideas, make mistakes, adapt, and try again.
Scott Hebert is an award-winning educator in the field of gamified learning. Check out methods, quests, tips and much more!
Students explore weather, and the human body. Google is giving Miss Frizzle a run for her money.
Google talks about VR and it's potential for transforming education.
Game-based learning encourages multimedia projects. This article lists three webtools for creating comic strips. Students can use these tools to combine art, writing, storyboarding, and CTF skills.
Google has engineered an augmented reality experience for the classroom. Classrooms can now visit places around the world and the human body for the low low price of absolutely nothing! Download the app.