+Vance Stevens +Marijana Smolcec Happened to see this and had to think of you - I glanced though all the great proposals yesterday - fab :-)
Excellent quote at the end of this article: 

Minecraft, for example, could help students learn to visualize and build solutions for multilayered open-ended problems like how to cross a river when there is no bridge or how to structure Greek architecture, said Eric Klopfer, a professor of science education at Massachusetts Institute of Technology who directs the university’s teacher education program.

“If it’s a well-defined problem, a computer can solve that,” Professor Klopfer said. “We need students to be able to answer undefined problems.”
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