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    The regular reports that come through my radar of the amazing work carried out by children from around the world, as they become knowledge-able, as well as knowledgeable about their gaming activities. Many children, aided by experienced elders (parents and their peers) are engaging in this amazing platform. Teachers are also helping their students to accomplish amazing things.



    Take a look at this stunning model in Minecraft The Minecraft build is stunning! Babylon in a brand modern world of our children's futures. Amazing is not only referring to building in a game environment. I mean literacy and communication digital citizenship, storytelling, as well as creativity and global cultures. It takes commitment on the part of adults to nurture students in this way.



    Minecraft in education is growing phenomenon - and people are taking to the platform to find ways to integrate Minecraft into the learning cultures of their schools. To be honest - Minecraft is also becoming an extremely dangerous minefield of its own in the adult world' (consultant warning) - and that is why it is important that we connect with a quality user with a solid knowledge of best practices in Minecraft rather than consulting with experts.
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    Project Mist



    Donelle Batty's Project Mist is one of my top Australian leaders. She does so much with her children every day that it's something we want for all our children. Donelle has been running Project M.I.S.T (Minecraft In School Transforming education) for what seems like eons now. Her students have had impressive learning experiences. GMods experience in Minecraft is a great example!



    My experience in Minecraft this year was truly memorable; the team work and efforts, as well as the creativity gained and witnessed was truly amazing. I was able to meet other kids with the same interests as I do and formed friendships throughout the year. Cooperation was the main highlight in the event of massive numbers of mobs and a high death count we hid in shelters and shared our supplies. If someone needed help with building or creating something it was always satisfying to teach them how to do so. I've also learned more about the importance of my appearance on-line and how I present myself to the users of the web, presentation is key and your first impression of you is everything. If you are acting like a tool on the internet people will look at you once and think: "Wow, that person seems stupid and rude" This could be the last time they visit your site/ sever/ profile.



    I recently followed Donelle's tweet to see her thoughts about the launch of #ProjectMIST in 2014.



    2014 #ProjectMIST is set to begin, but it takes a committed community to complete this! http://t.co/HwGMrUlHI5 #minecraft @natbott42



    - Donelle Batty (@dbatty1) March 21, 2014



    She reminded us that Minecraft is a collaborative experience, as is the various stages of learning required to gain Minecraft experience. Donelle is a pioneer in the world and will be traveling to Tasmania as a Hardie Fellow (Info re Hardie Fellowship recipients 2013-14).



    Donelle also brought to mind the fantastic work done by Jo Kay who is an amazing colleague who I have had the privilege of working with over the years on a variety of projects. Jo currently supports and builds our work in the Master of Education, Knowledge Networks and Digital Innovation degree here at CSU. We don't use the normal LMS, but have developed our own version for the program for the moment.



    In a similar way Donelle explains:



    ProjectMIST is extremely fortunate to have one person who has been with since the beginning of the project and is there every day, even at 12:01 AM. At this time of the day, I am in bed asleep and the computer is also asleep however Jo Kay is wide awake helping students in places I can't. Her assistance is highly appreciated by the students, and they show this by building replicas of her avatar on their own servers, one young man even did this the other night when she helped him out after the server locked him out. his server. The student has just been accepted into the Massively @ Jokaydia Minecraft Guild and is extremely thrilled to be able to build, learn and explore with fellow players from all parts of the world.



    If you're an educator, parent, or just someone who wants to give children the chance to play Minecraft I suggest you go to Massively @ Jokaydia.



    The Massively @ jokaydia Website is a community that is supported by jokaydia.com offers parents and kids with gaming-based spaces where they can collaborate, learn, and play!



    The project is designed for youngsters aged 4-16 who are interested in digital media skills, creativity, and social skills online. We are currently using Minecraft, a video game Minecraft to provide a secure whitelisted server, as well as a range of activities which encourage children to select their own learning paths and adventures.



    This is the best thing you can achieve! Babylon was created by one student!

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