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Boost critical thinking and problem solving with Minecraft: Education Edition

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Join us Thursday, Nov. 3 at 3 p.m. PT/6 p.m. ET for the free webinar “Boost critical thinking and problem solving with Minecraft: Education Edition.” 

The 2016 ISTE Standards for Students expect learners to produce creative artifacts, make meaningful learning experiences and solve problems by designing new, useful and imaginative solutions. Minecraft: Education Edition allows students to meet those standards using a platform they love. Join the Microsoft Minecraft Education team and two classroom educators who will demonstrate how they use Minecraft to build critical thinking skills, promote digital citizenship and provide robust opportunities for creativity, problem solving and innovative thinking — all within a collaborative, immersive environment.

This webinar is brought to you by ISTE in collaboration with Microsoft.

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Douglas Kiang

Bio: Douglas Kiang (@dkiang) is a speaker, teacher and workshop presenter with over 25 years of teaching experience in independent schools at every grade level. Currently at Punahou School in Hawaii, he teaches computer science and supports faculty in a 1:1 program. Douglas holds a master’s degree in technology, innovation and education from Harvard and is pursuing a doctorate in global education leadership. He is an Apple Distinguished Educator and a Microsoft Innovative Educator.


Diane Main

Bio: Diane Main is the director of learning, innovation and design (9-12) at The Harker School in San Jose, California. She is also adjunct faculty for San Diego State University's Learning Design and Technology Department and MERIT/KCI faculty at Krause Center for Innovation and Foothill College in Los Altos Hills, California. She is a Google for Education Certified Innovator and a member of the CUE Board of Directors. She lives with her husband and son in Campbell, California.


Neal Manegold

Bio: Neal Manegold has spent the past 15 years blending the best of technology offerings with authentic education opportunities. He taught and designed mathematics curriculum at a charter network in South Los Angeles and worked in highly capable programs in the Seattle area for 10 years. Most recently, he built a curriculum design team and founded a product management organization in a growing adaptive learning organization. He is responsible for curriculum design, educator outreach and efficacy on the Minecraft Education team and is most excited about the application of Minecraft as a platform for innovative educators to stretch what’s possible inside and outside the classroom.