Week Twelve Essential Question: How will I demonstrate impact on student learning as a result of my differentiated lesson? Here are the first five Alaska Mathematics Practice Standards and my thoughts on how Minecraft can be used as a tool … Continue reading
Week Eleven Essential Question: What technology will I use to allow students to demonstrate they have met the standards targeted by my rubric? What are the classroom management considerations that I must address? As you probably know by now, Chip, … Continue reading
http://www.juneau.org/lands/documents/WilloughbyDistrictLandUsePlan_000.pdf Minecraft: Structure or Free Play? | Middle School Minecraft tags: #diffimooc minecraft Watching the kids during today’s Exploratory, I realized that it is a challenge to direct kids in an open sandbox game such as Minecraft without employing a … Continue reading
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Week Ten Essential Question: How can I differentiate through student product in my classroom? This week I attempted to create a rubric that could be used to assess student learning through project-based use of simulation games such as Minecraft. First, … Continue reading
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