Drawn By Me!
Minecraft is an Voxel-based sandbox video game in which there are no real goals like in most games, but there are objectives. It is generally not associated with education, but two innovative fifth graders are attempting to use it for geography.
Here is an interview with Gavin S. :
David: How did you contribute to this project?
Gavin: I asked Mrs. Hall, the fifth-grade history teacher.
David: How do you plan to do this?
Gavin: We plan to make a multiple-choice geography quiz.
Here is an interview with the builder, Griffin E. :
David: You are the builder, correct?
Griffin: Yes, I am.
David: How do you plan to reward correct answers and punish wrong ones?
Griffin: You used the right word. If you get the wrong answer, you fall into a pit of fire.
David: How do you plan to show that Minecraft can be used educationally, and not be used incorrectly when intended for learning?
[Griffin declines to answer]
They have yet to prove, however, that it cannot be used for mayhem as well.
What club should I review next?