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Kids build virtual worlds with math, geology

North Hall Technology Center using video game to entice learning

POSTED: July 22, 2013 1:00 a.m.

Aiming to engage middle and high school students through a popular world-building video game, “Minecraft Extravaganza” will be Thursday at North Hall Technology Center.


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Minecraft learning experiences

Pam Helton of Gainesville talks about how Minecraft teaches her grandsons Landon Ramos, 10, and Kaden Ramos, 11, to work toward future goals and work together. Also, North Hall Technology Center branch manager Al List discusses how Minecraft's themes transfer to daily life.


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