There was a lot of great stuff on twitter this week! Here’s a slice of what we saw!
First up is a tweet from Simon Baddeley, English Teacher at Holy Trinity Barnsley in UK. Pictured is our own Santeri Koivisto speaking with Tim Muffet for BBC Breakfast.
The segment should air next week! Thanks for the share!
Next up is a photo of a student model of soil contamination made in Minecraft. This is a great example of the kinds of alternative visual modeling that can be done by students using MinecraftEdu.
Thanks for the tweet!
Here we have a photo from Mia Billmark, a teacher in Sweden, who tweets her students as they execute their builds!
Thanks for sharing Mia!
Jay Eitner, Superintendent of Lower Alloways Creek School District in New Jersey shares a photo of students engaged in MinecraftEdu.
Here in the U.S., many schools are winding down for the summer and it can be tough keeping kids involved in lessons as the school year comes to a close. As Jay here illustrates, it’s not so tough with MinecraftEdu. Thanks for the tweet!
Our next tweet comes from Mr. Wideen, showing students working on multiple games in an enrichment period.
We love seeing students hard at work with Game-Based Learning! Thanks for the share Mr. Wideen!
Lastly, we have a tweet from a Special Education teacher in Melbourne, Australia.
What we love about this, is it illustrates how MinecraftEdu can reach students of all kinds at so many different levels! Thanks for the share Mathieiu!
As always, keep on tweeting!