Shane Asslestine was the first monthly Featured Educator on MinecraftEdu.com. He is a curriculum and technology coordinator at Momilani Elementary School on Oahu, Hawaii. Shane has made many contributions to the MinecraftEdu World Library.
In this map students will use a variety of data collection methods including fishing, archery, and wood chopping. Once they have collected data, they will complete graphs ranging from picture graphs to bar graphs to line plots.
In this map students will travel to summer camp. This summer camp focuses on teaching students about GCF and LCM while participating in common camp activities like swimming, diving, high ropes, and archery.
In this map students will visit the fabled Sky Tree Farm and use measurement skills, building skills, and cooperation to complete a tree farm. They will then harvest the wood from the tree farm to solve the final quest.
Welcome to the Momilani Farms! I hope you brought your boots and gloves, because we are going to put you to work today. The farm is broken up into several sections. Each has many chores for you to complete. Head on over and see who needs your help.
In this map students will use coordinate grid skills to find a vast amount of items hidden on the course. They will document the item and coordinates they were found on in a digital journal. Ready...set...go!
This map is a math adventure. Students will spawn on an isolated island where they will quickly be tasked with finding the three hidden quests on the island. Each question will have to do with addition and subtraction of decimals.
In this world students will use the Edu version of the popular mod, Computer Craft. The map consists of 7 challenges from movement to building a house. Are you up for it?
This map is a math adventure. Students will spawn at the starting area of a triathlon event. Within the event students will swim, ride pigs, and race boats to get to the finish line. Are you up for participating in the triathlon?
In this map, students will visit a horse racing track and complete with on two race types. The map includes timers, practice areas, and stables full of horses! Students can record the data and use it for all operations.
In this map, students work in cobblestone factories. Each of the four factories provides a different method of cobblestone generation. Students have three tasks to determine how much cobblestone they can produce in three different intervals.