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End of Game Recognition#8

I think some different recognition at the end of the game may help out also
The winner can still be the most money …. BUT How about some shoutouts to others.
…. Most Questions answered… Highest Percentage (with at least answering a set amount) …. Most money spent on Powerups … Most money spent on Themes.
Least amount of WRONG answers.

3 years ago
20

Yeah,that’s a great idea,good thinking,but keep the “Winner” At the top of The List;also it could be a pryamid,and “Zoom in” On each thing,they move to the next,once it’s done,it sould stay zoomed back on the winner

3 years ago
3

Fantastic Idea. There are people who earn the highest # of correct answers, but don’t necessarily end up with the highest $ amount.

3 years ago
6

True That

3 years ago
3
W

“Best comeback” or “most determined” for students who make it out of the $-

I love this! There are many reasons to praise students - perserverence, self-correction, etc., besides having the most points.

3 years ago
11

Yes! I usually reward 1st-3rd place plus my top two with the most correct answers. This would be easier than me pulling up the report to see who had the highest percentage correct.

3 years ago
4

I like quickest-answered question or toughest question like on Quizizz, so then you could use some of theirs on Gimkit so teachers can review them with their class like to talk about the toughest question so students understand it then, so they learn something new that day!

2 years ago
3

Yes, this needs to be added! I want to reward percentage correct, not necessarily who ended up with the most money.

2 years ago
1

It’s fine in all…..DIS GURL NEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEDS LE SPOTLIGHT!

2 years ago

@Josh Feinsilber Sorry, Think this is a good idea? Last ping… Sorry. Have a good Evening.

2 years ago

Someone could just overspend their money on upgrades, and the system wouldn’t place them first, even if they should have been.

a year ago

My students would love seeing little rewards and be even more motivated to play.

a year ago

I agree that there should be a way of acknowledging the students who had the highest accuracy percentage who then do not win the game. To me, as a teacher, that is what I care about the most anyway - not who knows how to play the game, but who literally knows the subject material the best. This should definitely be acknowledged.

a year ago
3

Why????

10 months ago
1

(clap clap)

7 months ago

Congratulations! Your very smart!

2 months ago