The Eatoverse Education Edition promotes Creativity, Collaboration, and Problem Solving to Build the Sustainable Food System in Minecraft & Roblox.
In today’s rapidly changing world, it is crucial to educate the next generation about the importance and involve them in creating the sustainable food system. The choices we make regarding food production, consumption, and waste management have a profound impact on our planet, our communities, and our personal well-being. To effectively engage students and inspire them to actively participate in building a future food system that benefits people, community, and planet, educators need innovative and immersive learning tools, our game-based learning platform is designed precisely for this purpose.
Solving a Global Problem with Eatoverse
WHEN IT COMES To creating sustainable food systems, Educators NEED A WAY to engage the next generation through immersive game-based learning technologies.
Impact of Food Choices
SO THAT students understand the impact of their food choices and are inspired to participate and build a future food system for People, Community, & Planet.
Builds, Lesson, & Events
The Eatoverse Education Edition utilizes the popular gaming platforms Minecraft and Roblox to provide students with an interactive and educational experience. By leveraging the engaging nature of these games, educators can capture students’ attention and foster a deeper understanding of the complex challenges associated with creating sustainable food systems.
There are three key components that make up the Eatoverse Education Edition: Builds, Lessons, and Events.
The Builds component of Eatoverse Education Edition allows students to construct their own virtual sustainable food systems within the Minecraft and Roblox environments. Students can design and manage farms, gardens, elements of the Sustainable Food System. They learn about the importance of biodiversity, soil health, water conservation, and energy efficiency while exploring the consequences of their choices.
In addition, the Builds component includes an exciting competition where students can showcase their skills in developing their local food systems. The competition revolves around creating a Farm with a Kitchen, Store, and Lab, all integrated into a sustainable and efficient setup. Students are encouraged to think innovatively and incorporate elements like renewable energy sources, efficient waste management, and community engagement. The winners of the competition will have their projects showcased online and at Eato X, the headquarters of the Sustainable Food System.
Through the building process and competition, students gain practical knowledge about sustainable agricultural practices, as well as develop problem-solving, critical thinking, and creative skills. They also understand the importance of integrating various components of a local food system and creating a self-sustaining ecosystem.
The Lessons component of Eatoverse Education Edition offers a comprehensive curriculum that aligns with educational standards. These lessons cover various aspects of sustainable food systems, including food production, distribution, nutrition, waste management, and social equity. The curriculum includes interactive modules, videos, quizzes, and real-world case studies, ensuring a well-rounded learning experience.
Educators can utilize the lessons to facilitate classroom discussions, conduct virtual field trips to explore different food systems, and encourage students to reflect on their own food choices. The platform promotes interdisciplinary learning, encompassing subjects such as science, social studies, mathematics, and environmental studies. By connecting theoretical concepts to practical applications, the Lessons component reinforces the importance of sustainable food systems in a tangible and engaging way.
The Events component of Eatoverse Education Edition offers opportunities for students to collaborate, compete, and showcase their knowledge and skills. The platform organizes virtual events, such as design challenges, farming competitions, and sustainability expos. These events foster teamwork, communication, and critical thinking as students work together to solve problems and present their innovative ideas.
By participating in events, students have the chance to engage with a wider community of learners, including peers from other schools or even different countries. This exposure helps them understand the global nature of food systems and encourages them to think beyond their immediate surroundings. The Events component promotes collaboration, healthy competition, and the celebration of creativity and innovation.