I teach 4th-6th grade maths, history, coding and game design at Skt. Josefs Skole in Denmark and also work as Education Officer at Immersive Minds. I've been part of the Minecraft Mentor program since the summer of 2016. I regularly share the work I do in and out of the classroom on Twitter @katjaborregaard and @ImmersiveMinds This spring … Fortsæt læsning Using the structure block in Minecraft: Education Edition to make innovative projects come full circle
Reflections on a Smithsonian lesson for Museum Day Live and how to incorporate Minecraft I decided to try the 'Building up, breaking down' lesson with my 5th graders. When extended with rebuilding in Minecraft: Education Edition it's a great cross curricular lesson – touching on subjects like: history, religion, science, engineering and maths (STEM) by focusing on just … Fortsæt læsning Museum Day: Building up, breaking down
Classroom Mode Companion App is great for managing Minecraft Classrooms (games) in Minecraft: Education Edition. You simply connect to a game through the app and you can then manage your students and world settings through slash-commands and different toggles even though you're not really in the game. My favorite features: Student freeze: This allows you … Fortsæt læsning Quick guide to Classroom Mode for Minecraft: Education Edition
Her er en kort guide til hvordan du opretter en OneNote Klassenotesbog. Du kan komme til klassenotesbogdelen i Office 365 direkte her: Se videoen herunder: Du kan downloade Add-ins her: Klassenotesbog add-in Læringsværktøjer God fornøjelse 🙂
It’s a new year and maybe you feel like trying something new in your classroom. Maybe that thing is Minecraft. It’s scary though because you don’t know the game yourself. I know that’s how I felt a year ago when I first ventured into the world of Minecraft with my students. Where do you start … Fortsæt læsning The non-gamer’s guide to getting started with Minecraft: Education Edition
I'm a geek teacher passionate about Edtech, Games in Education, inquiry-, project- and problem-based learning. I will write in English and Danish - whatever suits the possible audience of the post best.