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Videos2020-02-24T09:27:27-08:00

Science in Minecraft

Building cells, experimenting with chemical compounds, and understanding forces are just a few of the ways Minecraft can be used in the science classroom. Join Stephen Reid and Becky Keene, directors at Phygital Labs, for a quick tour of the possibilities in the world of science.

Minecraft in the Arts

Literacy is built into any Minecraft lesson with tools like book and quill, signs, and portfolio. Watch as Stephen Reid and Becky Keene, directors at Phygital Labs, give additional insight into the literacy classroom using Minecraft with students. Check out our Storytime Settings world for a literacy lesson example for the primary audience at phygitallabs.com/lessons.

Minecraft in Social Studies

There are so many applications for history, geography, economics, and more in Minecraft that we had to cut this video short! Stephen Reid and Becky Keene, directors at Phygital Labs, have built numerous lessons and worlds to align with social studies standards in regions around the globe. Access our lesson kits for social studies at phygitallabs.com/lessons.

Minecraft and Project-Based Learning

Project-based, passion-based, and problem-based learning experiences all have a place in Minecraft: Education Edition as students open an infinite creation to showcase their thinking. Design thinking models and modern classroom practices shine inside a world with endless possibilities! Join Stephen Reid and Becky Keene, directors at Phygital Labs, as they describe PBL in the Minecraft classroom. Then consider our Executive Function Classroom world and lesson kit for students who need additional support: phygitallabs.com/lessons.

Minecraft and Coding

Computational thinking is pushed to the limit as Minecraft: Education Edition integrates MakeCode, Tynker, and Python into its platform to allow students to code their Agent to engage in the game. Stephen Reid and Becky Keene, directors at Phygital Labs, give clear examples of the possibilities of coding inside the game. Many of our lesson kits include examples of coding as well. Try Storytime Code to get started! Download from phygitallabs.com/lessons.