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This is an audio recording of Dr. Wesley Fryer’s final (7th) class for “Mapping Media to the Common Core: Part 2” with teachers in Montana on May 29, 2014. Wes taught this class via videoconference and online from Oklahoma City. This was part 2 of the “Simulations and Games” course module and focused primarily on Minecraft in the classroom and MinecraftEDU. This class is part of a seven part “Mapping Media to the Common Core: Vol 2” blended learning course offered through Montana CSPD and the University of Montana. Learn more about this course by reading the syllabus and checking out our class blog of student/teacher/participant work on KidBlog.org. Referenced resources in this presentation included:
- The Simulation or Game page on Mapping Media to the Common Core
- The MinecraftEDU page of Wes’ STEM curriculum website
- STEM Seeds PD Camp
- Scratch account for Amy’s student (shared in this tweet from May 24, 2014)
1 thought on “Minecraft in the Classroom and MinecraftEDU (May 2014)”
I rather relish when listening to this audio. Feel excited when Minecraft can brought into education. I, myself, think that playing Minecraft games also bring lots of useful things. Anyway, thanks for sharing this audio.