Students in 6th grade of Primary Education have prepared this week their presentations and inquiries about the systems of the human body.
Among the experiences that the students have presented, those made with Minecraft, a game-based learning platform that promotes creativity, collaboration and problem solving in an immersive digital environment.
To present their research they have created a virtual world that replicates the circulatory system and its functioning in such a way that all their classmates can learn about this system while playing in the creation that their classmates have made.
The experience has been very significant for all of them, using platforms like this one has great educational benefits for children since they facilitate the teaching and learning process of many subjects and it is also capable of promoting autonomous learning and self-motivation.
In addition, students feel in a practical way the usefulness of the acquired knowledge and more easily connect learning with real life.