Coding & Tech
Builder's Club; Minecraft Bedrock Edition
In this 5 class a week course, students will be challenged with a build project each class
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Completed by 23 learners
5x per week
over 1 week
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a “Multi-Day” course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
How Outschool Works
Available TimesPacific Time
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Not an official Minecraft product. Not approved or associated with Mojang.
What will be taught? Houses, Secret Underground bases, Roller Coasters, Aquariums, Castles, Statues What topics will you cover? Concepts, framing, setup and elements help add polish to your creations How is your class Structured? Students will receive an itinerary of what projects will be getting worked on, and instructions on how to do it. Classes begin with introductions of new students. This class is an open concept, so each class day will have a new 2-hour project How Will you...
Minecraft beginners will get extra help on being able to look for specific blocks and how-to place blocks, on top of being helped to build their mini-games. More experienced players will be challenged to build larger games and to use more of their time to make their games last longer
No homework, but the game builders are encouraged to use the server as often as they like to continue working on their projects.
1 file available upon enrollmentIf you're not familiar with connecting to a third party server, after downloading Minecraft, this may help you. 1. You will need to know how to log into a Microsoft Account. If you don't have one, they're free to get and are necessary because Minecraft won't allow you into a server without one. However, please make sure the account is classed as an adult account. For the Nintendo Switch users, this device may require that you link your Microsoft account with your Switch accounts in order to proceed. 2. Open up the game and select play 3. Select server (on the top tab) 4. Scroll down past all the featured servers and click the "Add Server button" 5. Input the server's name, address and port numbers. 6. Enjoy!
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
No letter grades will be given out, but we encourage students to try out other student games around the end of class time.
10 hours per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
[Parental Guidance] Please be sure to look below at the materials section of this listing. It includes instructions on how to join the server, just incase your child has not joined a third party server before. Class is run on a Third party server that is hosted by Apexhosting.
We will be using Minecraft: Bedrock edition for this class (It's also known as Minecraft for Windows 10, and Pocket Edition). Therefore you will need to have your own copy of Minecraft per student participating with the class. Nintendo Switch users may also required their own subscription to Nintendo's Membership plan, in order to link your Nintendo account to your Microsoft account. Mac users may experience problems with the PC version of Minecraft because it is built to work on the Windows 10 operating system. iPads are still fully compatible with the Pocket Edition. This class takes place on a third party private server. Therefore you will need to have a free Microsoft account (Can be an Outlook, Hotmail or an Xbox account). Students who use the Nintendo Switch will need to link their Switch account to their Microsoft account. For that to work, you need to follow these steps 1. Sign in to your Microsoft account from your Switch. It will give you a code that is unique to your switch. 2. Then go to this link https://login.live.com/oauth20_remoteconnect.srf It will bring you to a Microsoft page that will ask for that code.
Nevin OliverIt's never too early to be a Game Maker
115 total reviews
118 completed classes
After graduating University, I worked overseas in China for a year as an ESL teacher. Upon returning, I moved into the Banking Industry and worked for almost a decade. I decided that that industry no longer appealed to me, so I transitioned fully...