My Minecraft Classes

I’ve had some people asking recently what my Minecraft classes look like. What do we do in them? What are they like? So I made a little video to explain more about them. My longer Minecraft classes (Minecraft Math and Minecraft Shakespeare) are taught with Gifted Homeschoolers Forum Online. My shorter Minecraft classes (Minecraft Geography, Minecraft Grammar or Beginner Minecraft) are taught with   Related posts: my experience and plans teaching with Minecraft Cobblestone Academy My son is proud of how I’m learning with Minecraft, and so am I Minecraft Math: power rails

Cobblestone Academy

Registration for Gifted Homeschoolers Forum Online fall 2017 classes will be starting on May 1st. I’m very excited. This next year will be my fourth year teaching with GHFO! For the last two years I’ve been using the same Minecraft server for the classes, and while I’ve added maps to the server during that time, I haven’t removed the one we started with. It’s a choatic terrain filled with all sorts of things my students have created over the time, and for me, filled with memories of all the awesome students I’ve been lucky enough to teach. Of course since we’re in Minecraft we Continue reading

My son is proud of how I’m learning with Minecraft, and so am I

Today I found myself writing an email about why I recommend people buy Minecraft for PC/Mac. The reason I recommend it is that Minecraft is a game that can grow with a person. It’s easy enough for a small child but complicated enough that even an adult can continue learning with it. My six year old can build and play on it. She greets others on my multiplayer server with the few words she knows how to type and she makes a huge effort to read what others type back to her.  My older children have been learning about mods Continue reading