i haven't used this, yet, with a class or a group, but i do REALLY like it. after exploring the provided links and viewing the examples and project ideas, i am trying to figure out how i can best use this with my first grade class. i'm thinking of considering ideas of what's most important in our character traits that we discuss as a school or comparing our school/class rules and ranking what's most important and why. of course, we could compare what we think about what's most important for humans/animals/plants to survive, what's most important about taking care of the earth, or what's the most important part of a story or in being a good friend and why, etc. i'm trying to figure out how tough (or easy!) it would be to utilize this with first graders (or possibly with a professional cohort of teachers earning their National Board Certification within my district that i work with--as we could compare what's most important in being a good/great mentor or in helping candidates submit fabulous entries. we could have groups compare their reasoning...). so, this looks great. i'll be back to add more if i successfully use it--but i LOVE it so far.