So things moved on I’m in Public Libraries now. Give me a shout if you want firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Keane, you are preaching to the choir when it comes to game based learning. Most of us get that. I recently had a request for Minecraft in our district. After doing my research, a couple of things concern me regarding the social networking aspect of the game. Can we purchase educational accounts where networking can occur within the district with our students? Minecraft’s social network is not monitored making it a bit scary from the administrative side. Any information you can shed on this would be greatly appreciated.
As i have yet to convince my school to take it up im a bit in the dark too. However as i understand it if you buy the basic 25 pupil package and set it up on your school computers, you will in affect have a closed server only usable on the school computers it is installed on or the school intranet. bear in mind that there is a difference between Minecraft and MinecraftEdu. MinecraftEdu has enhanced control features for educators to freeze and sin bin unruly pupils. Purchasing the educational version should ensure no outside interference. But to be sure check the Minecraftedu site.
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