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Exploring Good Trouble with Minecraft: Education Edition
September 13 at 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm EDT
Are you ready to get into Good Trouble?
Join us for this free, 90-minute co-taught lesson as we explore the topics of race, equity and social justice while learning the basics of building in the Minecraft: Education Edition. We’ll join Malala Yousafzai’s character in the Lessons in Good Trouble world to learn about her courageous stand against the Pakistani Taliban’s ban on girls’ education. We’ll use our Minecraft building skills to assist her and the UN to create a new school accessible to all children!
Want to explore social justice with your class, but not sure where (or how) to start?
Let us help start the conversation with our co-taught lesson.
The lesson, facilitated by creators Felisa Ford and Natasha Rachell, from The Cobblestone Collective, will start the discussion for you and your class to talk about current events, race, equity and social justice. Think of us as your co-teachers for this lesson.
This co-taught lesson is prepared for students in Grade 4 to Grade 8.
Not sure if your class has access to Minecraft: Education Edition?
Don’t fret, friend! Good Trouble is available to explore without requiring a username and password.
All your students needs is a device with Minecraft: Education Edition installed to participate in this co-taught lesson!
Click the button below to register*
*Registration for this workshop is hosted on the Microsoft Store page