Learning with Minecraft – EdTech Blog at Chatsworth
“I didn’t really know what to expect, but what I discovered was that the game really afforded some nice learning opportunities for the students. First, the kids really needed to know how to make decisions based on priorities. Is it more important to start exploring right away? How important is shelter? Should I kill all the cows and pigs around, or build a rudimentary axe and start collecting wood? How important is a torch on that first night alone in the wilderness? “
Welcome to the Massively Minecraft Community for Educators | Massively Minecraft!
“Welcome to the Massively Minecraft Community for Educators
You are invited to join Massively Minecraft, a professional community of educators preparing to explore a new game suitable for children as young as 4 years of age, yet expansible enough to still stir the imagination and interaction of late teens and adults.”
Some thoughts on setting up Minecraft at school – EdTech Blog at Chatsworth
“Some thoughts on setting up Minecraft at school
A few people have been asking for some resources for Minecraft in education and I thought I’d post a few links here as well as a few reflections of my own.”
How to Make Your Own Minecraft Mod – YouTube
“This is part 1 of the tutorial on how to make YOUR OWN mods for Minecraft. You DO NOT need to have programming knowledge, but it helps. Also, this demonstration is on PC, but if you are a Mac user, it is the same concept. All you have to figure out are the OSX equivalents to what I am showing you in this tutorial!”
Posted from Diigo. The rest of Minecraft @ school group favorite links are here.