Future City MINECRAFT version: 8+ Student Class
Design solutions for the cities of the future and learn new design thinking skills to apply to Minecraft building - Grade 3 or up (Age 8+)
In this online class you will learn the challenges of future city designs and create innovative solutions for liveable cities. You will learn how to use Minecraft to design a future house in 3D.
This class is suitable for students in Grade 3 or up (Age 8 and on).
Notes to teachers, parents and supervisors:
This is class has three sections. Students are given self-paced challenges and tasks to do in-between the Teacher presentations. Students can add comments to ask questions and seek help.
You have unlimited access to this class for 30 days - across any and all devices you own.
- Teachers: Contact STEM Punks about 1 year terms (School students check with your teacher if you need longer)
Computer / Tablet requirements:
For this class you will require a tablet, Laptop or Desktop PC or Mac with an updated copy of Minecraft. You will also need access to the Google Chrome Browser.
STEM Punks Chief Futures Officer . Mars Society Ambassador . Global Teacher Award shortlist
Over 22 years in Education, Jonathan has seen how Learning, digital tools, and futures thinking transform lives - and just as the fully digital and automated era begins, he has dedicated himself to helping students and Schools transition successfully to this new era in big picture and practical ways. Jonathan loves Star Wars, learning about space, 3D design and everything about STEM.
Co-Author Ella McPhee
I am an energetic and motivated Teacher with a passion for science that I love to pass onto students. I believe that science education should be available to everyone and is essential for a successful future society, even if students don’t follow a traditional STEM career path.
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