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Come Join My Minecraft Realm (for Switch Players)
In this weekly subscription class, Minecraft players will have the opportunity to join my realm and play with other students in the class using their Nintendo Switch consoles.
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learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
60 minutes per class
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In this weekly on-going class, Minecraft players will have the opportunity to join my realm and play with other students in the class, all using their Nintendo Switch consoles. Student in this class must own the Minecraft game on the Switch to play. In this game, players join my world to play a variety of worlds within my realm. I have a subscription to Minecraft Realms Plus, which allows my students to play the game in a safe, controlled environment with other students. We will play on my...
This class allows students the opportunity to discuss a common interests while improving their social interactions with peers.
In addition to teaching young learners, I am the mother of a “tween” gamer on the spectrum so I know the value of providing a safe space for students to share their common interest with others while working on vital social interactions. My classes are intended to be fun and interactive. Students are encouraged to participate in a manner they feel most comfortable with. My only classroom requirements is that everyone is respectful of each other and offensive language and topics are unacceptable.
Students will need access to a Nintendo Switch, a Nintendo Online subscription and the Minecraft game (Switch version)
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
During class, students will need to use their Microsoft account to access the realm. Minecraft game play requires a Microsoft account, a Nintendo online subscription, a Switch game console and the Minecraft game (Switch version). Students will be invited to join my realm using a code the is only shared with students in this class. While in my realm, students will only be interacting with other students that have been invited to my realm. This game is suitable for learners 10 and up due to bloodless fantasy violence. Before a student is invited to my realm, they will need to agree to refrain from any use of inappropriate language or topics realistically understood to be inappropriate. A warning will be given once. If it continues to happen, the learner will be asked to leave the class. This has never been an issue but needs to be stated. If learners are interested in continuing to play the game together outside of class (I encourage this), gamer tags may only be shared in the classroom via private messaging, not in the chat window of our classroom or verbally. This is done to ensure the privacy and safety of every student.
To play Minecraft, students will need an established Microsoft account as well as a Nintendo online subscription. Although students will be online, they will join my realm, where access is limited to students in my class.
Video Gaming for Special Students
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
310 total reviews
324 completed classes
Welcome to my virtual classroom! I'm Nicole and I would love to learn with you. I have been an educator on the Outschool platform for almost 2 years. I began online teaching as a way to connect with my young autistic son, who has a love of video...