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Minecraft: Education Edition Collaboration
March 16 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
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How to Join:
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About the Series:
This series of webinars is aimed at school leaders and classroom educators in the UK (England) as a journey to promote awareness and appreciation of the benefits of Minecraft Education Edition as a learning tool.
The focus of these events is to help institutions looking to develop the use of Minecraft within the community and provide information on where to get further information, gain certifications and participate in challenges and competitions for learners.
Minecraft: Education Edition encourages communication, creativity, and collaboration both online and offline. Collaborative Gameplay allows groups to be immersed in the virtual world of Minecraft: Education Edition while collaboratively planning and constructing. In this webinar, we will explore the power of multiplayer lessons and activities with Minecraft: Education Edition.
Who is it for:
Teaching Staff and members from the senior leadership team.
About your Trainer:
Formerly a teacher of ICT & Computing, Simon is now a principal consultant for the Tablet Academy (A Microsoft in Education Global Training Partner). As well as being a Minecraft Global Mentor / Certified Educator, Simon is also a Microsoft Innovative Expert Educator, MIE Trainer and Computing At School Master Teacher. Although being secondary/high school trained, Simon also has experience of working with children from the ages of 4 up to 18. Simon has been using Minecraft in Education for the last 8 years, mainly to support the teaching of Computing, but also to support the use of Minecraft across the whole curriculum.