Friday, November 11, 2016

"Minecraft" needs to be evaluated for it's purpose and success in learning.

That also is true of the K-12 electronic school. Children and students should not be set up for failure. These computer resources have migrated into the education system without questioning it's sincere purposeful and successful outcomes.

Having lived with computers the entire time I was raising my children, they were tools and resources, not teachers.

November 11, 2016
By Julia Ramirez

...The pitfall of this edition (click here) is that creating a Minecraft world can be quite time-consuming which means it will be another burden on the part of the educators. The success of "Minecraft: Education Edition" is on the hands of the community of educators.