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Travel the World in Minecraft: Exploring World History (Only Java Edition)
In this 5 day Minecraft camp, students will learn about the historical structures, its country/culture, and its significance while “traveling” worldwide within the digital world of Minecraft.
Playful Digital Learning
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Completed by 13 learners
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5x per week
over 1 week
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a "Multi-Day" course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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Calling young architects and world travellers! Do you want to travel the world in Minecraft? In this five-day camp (classes), students will recreate historical structures from around the world. Students will learn about the structure, its country/culture, and its significance while “traveling” worldwide within the digital world of Minecraft. The student will also be building world monuments inside of Minecraft using Creative mode and prepare a presentation to share with classmates. Among...
These are the learning goals and activities over the classes: Day 1 (1.5 hours) - Meet their fellow students for the class and establish a relationship - Learn about the theme for the week and do research on the topic online - Establish a basic understanding of the building’s history and culture Day 2 (1.5 hours) - Use a Google Doc to collect information about the country’s culture and history about the monument. Begin constructing monuments. Day 3 (1.5 hours) - Continue building and conduct more research to put in their presentations. Students will peer-review each others’ research. Day 4 (1.5hours) - Depending on the students’ age, students will prepare a Google Slide OR verbal presentation to present to the class. They will practice before presentation time. Day 5 (1.5hours) - Wrap up their builds/presentation and present to their classmates
Playful Digital Learning consists of people with a passion for teaching, gaming, and technology. We strive to inspire creativity, model reflection, and empower students to learn through play. Our teachers often have experience teaching both in person and online and many are pursuing or have received degrees in education. The founder of Playful Digital Learning, Yoonhee Lee, has done extensive research on game-based literacy learning. She has a variety of teaching experience in K-12 and adult contexts in Korea and the US. She is currently teaching pre-service teachers in Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at ASU. She has travelled the world, visiting the countries of France, Germany, Monaco, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, and Japan. Her research topic is focusing on gaming and learning. Teacher, Lindsay Heiser, is a graduate of Riverside City College with a degree in Film & Television production. She enjoys encouraging kids to be creative and to express themselves through the art of storytelling. Throughout her education, she has taken several college history courses and conducts her own research. She has played Minecraft since 2012 and is very skilled.
No external homework is needed, but the kids are welcome to add research after class time if they want.
Students will need to download Minecraft Java Edition on the computer and Zoom. They will also need a microphone and a camera for video communication.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
7 hours 30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Playful Digital Learningcollaborative, creative, and tech-infused learning
387 total reviews
1127 completed classes
Playful Digital Learning consists of people with a passion for teaching, gaming, and technology. We strive to inspire creativity, model reflection, and empower students to learn through play. We offer an educational environment that fuels...