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By using Minecraft Education Edition, our teachers deliver knowledge in a way that students want, a way that makes them wanting to be in the class.
We deliver our classes/projects in Project Based Learning format following Next Generation Science Standard combined with Next Generation Learning Standards as developed by NYSED.
“The best learning is done through playing. That is true for kids and adults. By using Minecraft we create a play-learning environment, that is fun and is where our children want to be and want to learn.”
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Atoms and Molecules with Caitlin EyvazAtoms and molecules can be represented in several ways, including ball and stick models and chemical formula.
Material Reducer with Caitlin EyvazStudents will use the Material Reducer to better understand that natural and synthetic objects are all made of elements.
Properties of Matter with Caitlin EyvazIdentify when a chemical reaction has occurred and what elements, molecules or compounds were involved.
Exploring Chemistry with Caitlin EyvazChemistry labs are potentially hazardous places, so there are strict rules that should be followed to keep everyone safe.
Chemical Reactions with Caitlin EyvazIdentify examples of common chemical reactions that occur in the real world and use Minecraft mechanics to demonstrate chemical reactions.
Creating a Virtual Community with Melody BrewerIn this lesson, students will have an opportunity to compare working with a face-to-face group with a virtual group.
Build A Fort with Melody BrewerStudents examine the structure and function of forts by building one themselves.
Landmarks In Our Community with Melody BrewerBy understanding where landmarks are and why they are significant, students gain an understanding of the community in which they are studying.
How to Build A Square with Melody BrewerUse the companion app MakeCode to create a square using blocks of your choice.
It’s Raining Wolves and Ocelots with Melody BrewerStudents will learn about On Chat Command functions into the Minecraft game to execute, or run a function.
Cross-Curricular Build Challenge Part 7 Harvest Time CodingJoin Teacher Theresa in this 7 part series of lessons where you will build independently, with a partner, or a group a unique challenge in worlds of all subject areas: Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, Math, Art, and Coding!
Cross-Curricular Build Challenge Part 2 Story Book ChallengeJoin Teacher Theresa in this 7 part series of lessons where you will build independently, with a partner, or a group a unique challenge in worlds of all subject areas: Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, Math, Art, and Coding!
Traditional Learning vs. Project Based Learning
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Our first grader went from saying, every evening, just before going to bed: "Dad, I really hate school. Why you send me there?" to "Oh my God, I hardly wait to wake up tomorrow morning, to go to Minecraft school." To me, that is amazing.
My kids enjoy this program a lot. As homeschooled kids, we tried lots of programs and ways to teach them, By far EduMEE is the best experience, in both learning and fun.
As a single parent I just love EduMEE and how they do the teaching. Just imagine: my kids begging me for more school, and I dont have to chase them all day for homework and to pay attention in the Minecraft class.