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TeacherCraft: How Teachers Learn to Use MineCraft in Their Classrooms

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TeacherCraft: How Teachers Learn to Use MineCraft in Their Classrooms
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Publisher: unglue.it
ISBN/ASIN: 1312832568
ISBN-13: 9781312832565
Number of pages: 165

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Minecraft is currently the game of choice for millions of youth and also for these seventeen teachers who claim it has transformed their classrooms. Its rapid adoption also provides a unique window of opportunity to look inside the recent memory of innovative teachers and unpack how they learned.

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