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In this lesson, students will have an opportunity to compare working with a face-to-face group with a virtual group.

$10.00
Course Duration

2 hours

Last Updated

09/14/21

Students Enrolled

4

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Learning Objectives

 
  • Students will work together to create a Minecraft world together to mimic their own community, neighborhood, or state.
 
  • Students will recognize aspects of working in a virtual group and begin practicing their cooperative group skills.

Performance expectations

  Evidence of Learning :  
  • Screenshots or screencasts of Minecraft community
 
  • Written (or verbal) reflection of learning - make a T-Chart showing the differences and similarities between working in groups in the classroom and working in virtual groups What worked well when trying to build our community?

Skills

  • Collaboration
  • Creativity
  • Critical thinking

Course Curriculum

    • Locate Your EduMEE Email Account Information Unlimited
    • Download and Sign into M:EE Unlimited
    • Open MS Teams and find your Class meeting link Unlimited
    • Joining An EduMEE Class Meeting in Teams Unlimited
    • Ensure your camera and microphone work properly Unlimited
    • Check other Features on Your EduMEE App Unlimited
    • Creating a Virtual Community with Melody Brewer: Wednesday November 10th. 12pm-2pm EST Unlimited

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I was born in Wyoming and was very involved in sports. I was participated in choir and band along with theater. After graduation I didn’t want to go to college at the University like my classmates, so I went to Casper College and majored in music. I thought I could be a performance major and after I received my Associates, I flew to Los Angeles and attended Azusa Pacific University. Then reality hit and I saw how many people had amazing voices and a lot of money. I knew that I had to face reality and my mother was an incredible teacher. I kept thinking of the difference she made in not only kids but families lives. I decided to go back to the University of Wyoming (I couldn’t keep scrubbing toilets at 3:00 a.m. so I could go to school) and changed my major to Music Education. Because I changed my major, it did cost me another year, but I did love going to school at U.W. and did quite well. I did my Student Teaching at a Jr. High in Gillette, Wyoming with one of the most dynamic choir teachers I have ever seen. I learned a lot. I began teaching in Arizona as a K-6 General Music teacher and 4th through 8th grade Band Instructor. That was rough. I had to learn a lot about myself, my strengths, my weaknesses but I think it was probably what made me understand different cultures and teaching poverty. I taught for two years in Arizona and then moved back to Wyoming to teach Choir at a Jr. High. I taught choir and coached 3 sports for about 12 years before I decided I needed a change, so I went back to school while teaching and then started teaching computer classes, both Career and Computer Science. I also was the Yearbook advisor and FBLA advisor at my Jr. High school until I retired this past year.

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