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π™°πš•πš•πš’πšœπš˜πš—  π™Όπš’πšŽπš›πšœ  π™·πšžπšŒπš” 11 Apr 18
A3: I asked my Ss about the appeal in Fortnite: β€’ competitive β€’ collaborative β€’ interactive β€’ new feature every week β€’ creativity (hacks) β€’ challenges/awards Providing these things in our classrooms would undoubtedly lead to increased engagement.
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fortniteEDU 11 Apr 18
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Jason Carr 11 Apr 18
A1: Having played fortnite and Player Unknown Battlegrounds, I use the games to connect to distance formula, circumference and areas of circles. Video games contain a lot of mathematics and physics.
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Curious George 12 Apr 18
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Eric Allgood πŸŽ§πŸŽ™ 18 May 18
Top 10 night, right here...
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π™°πš•πš•πš’πšœπš˜πš—  π™Όπš’πšŽπš›πšœ  π™·πšžπšŒπš” 11 Apr 18
A1: Just now learning about fortnite. So far I see parabolas &I’m intrigued about its possibilities in a math class. My questions: β€’ Do storm circles always close in at the same rate? β€’ How long would it take to level up all 100 tiers?
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Logan Jones 12 Apr 18
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Joseph Gennarelli 22 Jun 18
1)S’s created many fun video projects for the Middle Ages, but this was the most unique. Hey have you ever seen Fortnite used like this? Boys put voice recordings of their original story over their screen capture.
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Kim Kubatzke 11 Apr 18
Hi! Kim from MI. My robotics kids cannot stop talking about . Looking for ideas to
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π™°πš•πš•πš’πšœπš˜πš—  π™Όπš’πšŽπš›πšœ  π™·πšžπšŒπš” Mar 9
since they don’t love my zombie or clown problems.. πŸ˜¬πŸ€·πŸΌβ€β™€οΈ
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Ryan Carey 19 Apr 18
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fortniteEDU 11 Apr 18
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Human Restoration Project 11 Apr 18
A3: resonates with Ss via the Battle Royale format. Fight alone (gpa) to be better than everyone else (valedictorian) with a random starting situation (previous knowledge/money) and dream of potentially overcoming a la Hunger Games.
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OnEducation Podcast 11 Apr 18
Replying to @OnEducationPod
We’re going to make a thing.
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Craig 2adura 18 Apr 18
serious? You guys are SOOOOOO GOOOD!
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SeΓ±ora Medici (Sieber) 11 Apr 18
Laura from MI! I teach high school Spanish! Looking forward to sharing and learning ideas for how to
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Marcus Scheer 9 May 18
I'm not very good at Fortnite. But I did get to be Thanos for a little while...
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π™°πš•πš•πš’πšœπš˜πš—  π™Όπš’πšŽπš›πšœ  π™·πšžπšŒπš” 11 Apr 18
A2: one of my students is doing their science project on the impact Fortnite has on his stress level - I’m curious to see what other questions and discussions are sparked from his project.
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Kendre Milburn 16 Apr 18
A1 I give my Ss a voice! Also, use tech they are using outside of school and use it in our curriculum. I saw Ts using ...got some wheels turning
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Jason Carr 11 Apr 18
A3: It is free. Constant updates and changes. Team play. Fast matches. Fictional weapons. Can construct things. You can play with your friends.
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