Has anyone used this in their classroom?
No but we do work with the Bourland Institute and the world hunger contest.
Yes, I have. One thing I had to work with my school technology team was to be sure the site was unblocked through the district server. I've attached the initial worksheets I used (they were pretty much a flop) and also a Powerpoint I used with the "Challenge," results by class and then questions we used to facilitate discussion in the next class. I was overzealous with the worksheets and what I discovered was that by playing the game there were many factors the students explored or found that I did not realize when I created the worksheet. So, the second semester class I used it with, I used it like this:
I had students that for a few weeks afterwards were telling me they were playing at home trying to get higher scores or different combinations of families.
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