Being allowed to play computer games in school lessons – sounds too good to be true.
But more and more schools around the world are using Minecraft to help pupils to learn. Infact over 200 schools in the UK alone are using the game in to help their students.
Minecraft is set in a virtual world where players build with blocks of different materials.
At some of the school the game is played and then the students write stories inspired by their experience.
Teachers using the game say it can help get kids who don’t like books to do more reading and writing.
Is your school using games, especially Minecraft, during lessons?
Article written by Editor