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Over the last few months, I’ve been learning as much as I can about Minecraft: Education Edition, in the hopes of sharing it with others. I am continually amazed at the creativity and resourcefulness I encounter centered around Minecraft. So, part of my learning process has been to write and reflect on what I’m learning.
Upcoming #MinecraftED TwitterChat on Tuesday, January 24, 2017: Join the crew for a chat! The topic is Professional Learning with Minecraft or something like that. What kinds of questions do you have about enabling professional learning for staff and students with Minecraft: Education Edition?
This blog entry is a “round-up” of what I’ve written or create relevant to Minecraft: Education Edition (M:EE). A part of me was curious as to what I had written and I wanted to see it in a rush rather than wait for a slower publication schedule.
It’s not exhaustive list of all the great things you could ever know. Rather this thimble-full of knowledge is just my poor attempt to share what I’m learning as I’m learning it. Thanks for reading and sharing. I hope it may be useful to someone else, but if it’s not, that’s OK, too!
Acknowledgements and Appreciation: I would be remiss if I didn’t thank TCEA.org, Microsoft and the Minecraft: Education Edition folks for their support. Learning would not have been possible without their support. Thanks! Be sure to check out their web sites and blogs.
Setting Up Minecraft
- Installing Minecraft: Education Edition (M:EE)
- Logging into M:EE
- Server Setup and Classroom Mode for M:EE
- Amplifying Creativity: Minecraft Fairytales
- Marzano’s Minecraftian Strategies
- Five Steps to Game-based Learning with Minecraft
- Designing Learning Spaces
- Fantastic Voyage: Minecraft Lesson Planning
Wow, so that means I’m two short of ten articles on Minecraft, although strictly speaking, I need 5 more articles since three of these are really how-to, or illustrated walkthroughs!
Note: Links above will become active once respective blog entries are published. Sigh.