Old Balara Elementary School won the Quezon City C40 Minecraft Challenge for the Grade School category, with their environment-friendly electric vehicles, solar-powered streetlights, advanced medical tools in hospitals, and recreational areas that promote sustainability and community well-being along Belfast Avenue in Fairview, Quezon City.
The Minecraft Challenge is a collaboration between C40 Cities, Minecraft Education, and the Quezon City local government, through its Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability Department (CCESD), for K-12 public and private school students, who were asked to design climate solutions for their city using Minecraft Education.
“Young learners deserve to have a platform that allows them to bring their most innovative ideas to life,” said Clarissa Segismundo, a panelist and the Regional Industry adviser for Education for Microsoft. “By sharing the Minecraft Education platform with the Quezon City youth, we are able to promote creativity, collaboration, and problem-solving in an immersive digital environment.”
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In the Junior High School Category, Ateneo de Manila Junior High students emerged as the Overall Champions. They showcased innovative designs for low-cost sustainable housing, enhanced transportation terminals, and efficient lighting and…
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