Building Time Management with Minecraft - Ender Dragon Fight!
In this workshop, our expert Gamer Guides lead kids through fun Minecraft activities to improve their or Time Management skills.
Today’s Activity: Time Management while Fighting the Ender Dragon!
This is a live minecraft course filled with activities set up by learning works for kids to have fun and help practice your child’s Time Management skill! We will be playing minecraft together for an hour and relating the skills they are using in the game to situations and scenarios they use in their everyday life!
For this session the theme is Introduction to Time Management while racing!
We will start by introducing what Time Management is, asking some questions to the participants and getting the brain rolling!
Once their minds are going a bit and we are all familiar with one another we will take it to the planning room and armory set up by the Learning Works For Kids gamer guides!
The students will have a discussion about how they plan to spend their time fighting the Ender dragon and their strategy to defeat it in the limited time given.
Throughout the battle and after we will reflect and talk about how Time Manegement has helped them conquer today’s challenge and how they can use it to help solve problems at school or at home as well!
We will wrap up by talking about things they can do for homework as well.
For more information about Time Management, visit the Time Management Page at LearningWorks for Kids.
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The LW4K method to using video games as teaching tools relies on strategic teaching principles and our approach of “Detect, Reflect, and Connect.” The purpose of the Detect, Reflect, and Connect steps is to mold the child into an active learner who becomes aware of, engaged in, and contemplative of what she is learning. These steps can enhance motivation and concentration. They also assist in extending learning beyond a particular game or technology and connecting it to the real world.