These days, it seems like Minecraft is second-nature for many kids. The beauty of Minecraft lies in its sandbox structure--students can create anything, with limitless resources, and often their creations are astounding. Is it any wonder, then, that educators are incorporating the popular block-based game into their curriculum?

With a little creativity, educators can use Minecraft with history, math, writing and language arts, foreign language, and more.

And getting students active in Minecraft makes them more likely to participate and engage, because they're having an impact on a virtual world shared by their peers.

During an ISTE 2017 session, Dr. Chris Haskell showed...

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