Using Minecraft as a classroom for COVID-19


EUROPE. – In Europethe government implemented an initiative called Grarantanna, which includes a variety of educational activities that include quizzes, live sessions of Dungeons & Dragons online, contests, programming games, and many other things. One of these activities is a server Minecraft open to students from primary up university, where each player is given a space of 60×60.

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This server functions as the site of a contest in which players build replicas of “landmarks” to promote research and knowledge of architecture. The competition will be open until march 27, when awards will be given to the buildings more impressive.

During the pandemic of COVID-19millions of people have been forced to stay at home. It is for this reason that the games have become a useful tool for more than just entertainment. A group of students in Japan even held their graduation in a server Minecraft.



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