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Oct 2nd 2021, 5:23 pm
Posted by carolyne04

What I think Minecraft offers here, is the possibility of a whole new way of looking at student learning, and it aligns with the 'thinking' kind of assessment; what were they doing, what were they thinking, why did they do that in the way they chose, what problems did they solve are much less clear in terms of giving a 'grade' to a society who currently values those letters or numbers more than I think they should. I don't think Minecraft is the silver bullet to fix education systems, but I do think it is a tool that could support a step into a new way of looking at teaching, learning and assessment. A few years back I used Minecraft to help students learn percentages in the "Path to Percentage Perfection" and this newer version of that is actually an adventure type map, based in a choose your own adventure style and is actually more of an assessment of knowledge than an acquisition of knowledge map, which is something new for me and an exciting project. Minecraft: Education Edition is now my '9 til 5' job, so producing content is well and truly back on the cards, pushing the boundaries of what we can do and teach in Minecraft is back on the cards.

The Victorian Department of Education has provided Minecraft: Education Edition for free to all schools, students and staff at government schools across the whole state. Make guaranteed that the free level 85 wow accounts character you are purchasing is for the specific server you want to perform in. If you have any thoughts, suggestions, information or research you think might help move this thought process forward, please feel free to leave it in the comments below. OK, so I didn't hear you asking, but I still want to share and feel that I haven't been able to share, because I was bound to secrecy on the new role and roll out of M:EE across the state. OK, apparently not posting for a while leads to blabbering, apologies. Ok, I have blabbered enough for now, look forward to images of the students creations soon and some pretty large brain dump posts next week as I begin the Factorio project. This Factorio project is running only for the one week, and I am really excited to delve into using Factorio in an educational setting. Next week while the Minecraft workshop heads into it second and final week for the 2017 summer school, I am starting a brand new project, using Factorio, to introduce students to managing resources, optimising machines and trading between groups.

There are three groups creating adventure/story maps, one group creating a dropper map and another creating a mini-survival game. World of War craft is one the world's most popular online game. One student played Minecraft for the first time on Monday, unsurprisingly, he has already downloaded something similar to Minecraft on his phone, created a big tree house, with multiple layers beneath the ground. Do your research first. Others, while just beginning to explore command blocks, are forgetting things like, when teleported to a new location, like in a dropper map, you need to set the players spawn point at the top, or they go back to the start and lose all their progress. So the basic things like, a starting location, with a 'start game' button, or settings panel are not there. What are you scoring people on, how are you going to provide them the feedback are also things that seem to be missed.

I have a lot of work to do building and collating resources to support our teachers in their journey, no matter where they are along it. Think about having a companion world to a choose your own adventure book, where both work together to create a learning experience for students. You can get small, companion animals in various locations. Mineplex benefits from a great popularity and you will be pleased to learn that you can always find someone who is eager to play with you. We did some very early testing of some of the maps today, and artmight.com it is interesting how quickly the students can build the components of their maps, but forget the basics of what a map needs to be functional for people to play.

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