We decided to start a Minecraft Lunch Club! The first world we chose was Treasure Island, a world based on the book by Robert Louis Stevenson. In this post, you can read about how we established the club, the challenges we set, and the verdict - is a Minecraft Lunch Club suitable for your school?
I combined a bunch of powerful Visible Learning strategies and put them on the wall and into OneNote to help learners achieve their best - this is how I did it.
This is a record of our first educational venture into Minecraft for Education. Learners created a house, fitted it out, and then designed a brochure to sell their property. OneNote kept everyone on track and focussed.
I'll admit it - I was having a grouchy kind of morning. You know, the kind where you haven't slept properly, where there was no milk for your tea, rain was threatening - nothing Earth shattering - just
My first adventure into Minecraft Education Edition. First steps at engaging learners, and helping to establish what is play, and what is learning!
This was my idea for St. Dominic's Day today - and I took the opportunity to explain just what teaching in a 'Village' is all about.
It takes a Village to raise a child!
Recently, Our Lady of Grace was fortunate enough to borrow a set of 12 Ozobots from the Catholic Education SA Learning Technologies Team. All Learners throughout the three Villages had the opportunity
So, this morning, I woke up to this on my Twitter feed:
To say that I was feeling chuffed was a complete understatement! I clicked onto the link, and was taken here. I scrolled down, and
The collaboration space in class OneNote is often under utilised because educators aren't sure what to do with it, syncing problems when the internet is slow can result in confusion, and students fear their work will be copied. But, when used creatively, the 'collaboration' aspect of the Collaboration Space can be a very powerful tool.
Here are 6 tips for using the full capabilities of OneNote to assess student learning quickly, efficiently and effectively.