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.
My first adventure into Minecraft Education Edition. First steps at engaging learners, and helping to establish what is play, and what is learning!
We have a mix of several ongoing projects/ extended learning activities in our Village as well as shorter term activities. We also, like any class, have learners who finish the shorter activities quickly.
From little things, big things grow! How I ended up on this list. So honoured!
When I first came across the idea of Mystery Skype, I thought it would be a fun experience. I didn't truly appreciate what a fantastic learning experience it would be too! We did our first two
History is one of my favourite subjects - it always has been ever since a high school teacher made trenches out of tables in class and pretended to machine gun us with his metre ruler to demonstrate
Recently, I was lucky enough to borrow a 3D printer from Catholic Education SA for a few weeks, and explore the big, wide world of 3D design and printing. I used the Tinkercad free online website - https://www.tinkercad.com/
We got to play (I mean do serious curriculum) with a green screen! For four whole weeks, we borrowed a green screen kit from the wonderful Learning and Technologies Team at Catholic Ed.