(13:21:38) alex.ragone: hello folks!
(13:25:54) fred bartels (guest-3506): Hey Alex, where is the stream?
(13:26:14) arvind (guest-3503): Still trying to get Adam connected via Skype. Give us a moment
(13:30:03) arvind (guest-3503): just started the stream
(13:33:53) alex.ragone: Joel Levin is our guest this week.
(13:34:07) alex.ragone: Hi Fred!
(13:34:27) alex.ragone: Minecraft = legos on the computer.
(13:35:14) alex.ragone: Here's the presentation that Joel did at NYCIST in February:
(13:36:51) alex.ragone: 300 schools -- 10K Students in minecraftedu.com
(13:37:52) William Stites (guest-3509): If all school was like a game my kids would be at the top of the class
(13:38:01) alex.ragone: Hello Bill!
(13:38:24) William Stites (guest-3509): Howdy...
(13:38:26) Fred Bartels (guest-3506): Stream still not working here.
(13:39:57) William Stites (guest-3509): I like the idea of looking at this from a problem based learning approach
(13:40:02) Fred (guest-3506): Got it. THanks Alex.
(13:40:22) alex.ragone: Happy to help, Fred.
(13:40:41) William Stites (guest-3509): Al Doyle talked about it in the context of teaching research too...
(13:46:39) alex.ragone: minecraftedu.com
(13:46:42) alex.ragone: Start there.
(13:46:56) alex.ragone: minecraftteacher.net
(13:47:43) alex.ragone: youtube.com/minecraftteachr
(13:55:36) Fred (guest-3506): Interesting information! Thanks Alex.
(13:55:44) alex.ragone: Thanks, Fred!