Teaching and Learning with Minecraft Education Edition
Friday, March 6 10:30 am–11:20 am
TCC - Skagit 3
Are you an instructional coach or classroom teacher who is asking: What does Minecraft Education Edition look like in the classroom? How do I design lessons that are instructionally sound and build upon student learning? How can I assess student learning of specific standards within game based learning? We will be addressing these specific questions within in this session.
|Type:||50-minute Session, Featured Speaker|
|Focus Area:||1:1, Assessment, Emerging Trends, Gaming, Makerspace, STEM/STEAM, Teacher Librarian|
|Skill Level:||All levels|
Mary Elizabeth Pearson, NCCE
Mary Elizabeth is in her 23rd year in education. She has taught at the elementary, middle, high school and university levels in Washington State and abroad. These experiences have given Mary Elizabeth a unique perspective on change initiatives within the educational setting. She holds a M.Ed. in Instructional Technology and an Administration Credential from John Hopkins. She is a MIE Expert and Minecraft Global Mentor. She is currently living in Merida, Mexico with her family where she consults with the Madison International School on instructional technology practices and is a Professional Learning Specialist for the Northwest Council for Computer Education.