While Minecraft was probably created a simple open world game that let gamers build their own worlds and constructs, it eventually evolved and over time, it has become more than just a game. In fact educators have found that the game is pretty useful in the educational scene where it can teach children about science, technology, and even how to code!
That being said as powerful as the tool is, teachers must first know how to use it before they can use it to teach others, right? It’s like how teachers need to be educated on certain topics before they can teach them, so the same would apply here, so much so that Microsoft is actually launching a site dedicated to teachers to help them master the art of Minecraft. Read full post →Microsoft Launches Site To Help Teachers Master Minecraft
For those who have been keeping up to date on world events, you probably know that at the moment, Greece is in some serious financial trouble and come Sunday, the country will vote in a national referendum to see if they will accept or reject austerity measures that will help keep the country financially solvent.
However what if the rest of the world could just chip in and pay Greece’s debt off? Wouldn’t that be a more straightforward and efficient solution? Well that’s one a man in London by the name of Thom Feeney is trying to do when he launched an Indiegogo campaign in which he is trying to raise a whopping 1.6 billion euros that could potentially save the country. Read full post →Man Launches Crowdfunding Campaign To Bail Greece Out