Rewarding Your Students

In this guide, you can find information on different ways you can reward your students. Select an option below to find out more:

Sending coins as a reward

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You will be able to send coin rewards and a message to your students when you log into your teacher account.  To do this you can follow this guide.

Step 1: Click on 'REWARD YOUR CLASS'. 


If you need to change which class you are rewarding, here is how you can do that.

Step 2: Click on 'CHOOSE STUDENT'  Annotation_2020-05-14_172449.png

Step 3: Tick the names of the students you would like to reward. 

You will only be able to reward the students once a day.

If you would like to send each student a personal message you should select one student at a time.

Click 'Done'


Step 4: Select the coin value you would like to send your students from the drop down box.

You can select 50, 100 or 200 coins.


Step 5: Key the message for your students.

Step 6: Click 'SEND REWARDS'

Step 7: To return to your dashboard select one of the options at the top.


Step 8: (Visible on the student's account) Your message and reward will be visible on the student's account when they next log into their account or when they complete their next game.

Click 'NEXT' to return to their student dashboard. 


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Rewarding through work

When you set work for your students they will earn bonus coins when they complete their activity. 

Setting a correct answer target through practice work - once your students have reached the correct answer target they will be rewarded with the equal value of coins.

Example: If you've set the correct answer target at 50 once your students have answered 50 questions correctly they will be rewarded with 50 bonus coins. This is in addition to the coins they will earn when they answer the questions correctly on the game.

When you set an Assessment for your students they will earn 5 coins for each correct answer instead of the normal 1 per correct answer when playing the game.

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