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Lessons in Good Trouble: Real World Connections with Minecraft

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Felisa Ford  
Dr. Natasha Rachell  

Hosted by Microsoft Corporation. Through Lessons in Good Trouble and Minecraft: Education Edition, students make real world connections with civil rights activists, including Congressman John Lewis and others who have been catalysts for positive change and have gotten into good trouble by standing up for others.

Audience: Teachers
Topic: Social emotional learning
Grade level: PK-12
Subject area: Social studies

Presenters

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Felisa Ford, Atlanta Public Schools

Felisa is a veteran educator with over 27 years of classroom and leadership experience. Currently, a Digital Learning Specialist with Atlanta Public Schools in Atlanta, GA. Felisa provides technology training and support for educators in her district and beyond. Felisa has earned numerous distinctions and certifications in EdTech such as Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert, Microsoft Master Trainer, and Minecraft Global Ambassador to name a few. Felisa is a co-author of the Microsoft Infused Classroom: A Guidebook to Making Thinking Visible and Amplifying Student Voice. Felisa is also a co-creator of the Minecraft Good Trouble Lessons (Social Justice).

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Dr. Natasha Rachell, Atlanta Public Schools

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