Suggestions for incorporating Minecraft into student lessons

04/15/2012 | Edutopia.org

Education consultant and online educator Andrew Miller in this blog post offers suggestions for teachers on using the video game Minecraft in the classroom. The game can be used to help students explore real-life sites such as the Roman Coliseum; study ration and proportion as they create scale models; learn about resources and survival; and create visualizations that demonstrate reading comprehension, Miller writes. Miller also is a national faculty member for ASCD and the Buck Institute for Education.

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