Well, Actually what I really want to do is figure out how to get the cats to herd themselves. By that I mean I need to get 2nd-3rd grade students to cooperate.
Am I expecting too much from that age group?
I'm working with Homeschoolers so we are pretty much all remote, there is no classroom full of computers for us to meet in.
The first time I'm lucky enough to get ALL of them together in a world at the same time so they can do some cooperative challenges... it didn't work so well. To the point of some students getting up-set because others didn't do things the way they wanted and quitting the game with needed items in their inventories and another went and killed a villager so that the challenges could not be completed in that world without re-loading from the template.
I'm wondering if there are some other lesson templates that anyone recommends that we might work with to practice our cooperation.
*************** Edit 10/19/2021**********************
So Yesterday we managed a little better using a different Map. This map did not require direct specific cooperation. It was a map where the students could build a structure on a plot and then were able to clone that structure using an armor stand and name tag. We did wind up with a few instances of structures getting cloned into other structures but students did apologize for destruction they caused. So I will count that as a positive step.
Please, if anyone has any good cooperation game map recommendations, I am all ears.
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