Maker Camp has started a national contest, with the support of the M9 Museum based in Venice, and invites schools in the second cycle of primary education, limited to classes 4 and 5, as well as first and second grade secondary schools of Italian public and semi-public institutions to encourage and reinforce the school teaching of the fundamentals of civic education.
The competition aims to support and disseminate the teaching of civic education and encourage reflection on the Italian Constitution, Sustainable Development and Digital Citizenship in schools.
The competition aims to combine citizens' participation in political, economic and social organisation with video game culture through storytelling and thematic settings created with the Minecraft video game. Minecraft, in fact, lends itself to being an active tool for the development of students' logical and creative skills and not just a mere entertainment tool.
The aims of the competition are:
- To stimulate in the participants those behaviours marked by an aware citizenship, of the rights, duties and rules of coexistence;
- To reinforce respect for and appreciation of the cultural heritage and common public goods;
- Promoting the use of video games as a creative didactic tool;
- Encouraging awareness and knowledge of one's own territory, through investigations and research, first in the area one belongs to and then in class.
- Enhance the educational experience by inviting the participants to create a storytelling on civic
- Enhance the educational experience by inviting participants to create a storytelling on civic education content in which imagination, creativity, the role of characters and the importance of the environment are predominant. the role of the characters and the importance of the environments;
Digital Skills in Education
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