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In this one-time course, students will learn how to use Minecraft Skindex to create and customize their very own Minecraft characters.
Playful Digital Learning
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Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
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Not an official Minecraft product. Not approved or associated with Mojang.
Have you ever wanted to create your own Minecraft skins? In this one-time course, students will learn how to use Minecraft Skindex to create and customize their very own Minecraft characters. By learning how to use the Tint, Eye-Dropper, Mirroring, and Color Blending tools in Skindex, students will transform a blank template into the skin of their wildest dreams! At the end of class, students will log into the class server for an all exclusive Skin Fashion Show! (For this class, students will...
Playful Digital Learning consists of people with a passion for teaching, gaming, and technology. We strive to inspire creativity, model reflection, and empower students to learn through play. Our teachers often have experience teaching both in person and online and many are pursuing or have received degrees in education. The founder of Playful Digital Learning, Yoonhee Lee, has done extensive research on game-based literacy learning. She has a variety of teaching experience in K-12 and adult contexts in Korea and the US. She is currently teaching pre-service teachers in Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at ASU. Her research topic is focusing on gaming and learning. Teacher, Lindsay Heiser, is a graduate of Riverside City College with a degree in Film & Television production. She enjoys encouraging kids to be creative and to express themselves. She has created Minecraft skins as a hobby since childhood and uses the skill to express her love for color and design. Teacher, Daniel Kyle is a student at Arizona State University Majoring in Business Law. Daniel has been working with kids for the past 6 years where he helped teach Speech and Debate. Daniel has been customizing his own skins for the past couple of years for holidays and different themes for servers.
No external homework is needed
This class uses Zoom, Minecraft Java Edition on the computer, and The Skindex (https://www.minecraftskins.com). Students will need a microphone and a camera for video communication.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
The Minecraft Skindex is a 3rd party site not affiliated with Playful Digital Learning. It is a popular site among Minecraft players used to create, share, and download Minecraft skins. PDL Class Policy Please verify that your student understands our policy. We want our students to treat us and each other with respect, and we want to make sure everyone has an enjoyable class time. When in a Playful Digital Learning class, please respect your instructor and other students. - Follow the teacher’s instructions - Do not destroy buildings or writing of other students - Be polite and kind when suggesting or criticizing ideas - Allow other students to speak If the class is frequently interrupted or the student is misbehaving: - First time: Verbal or written warning - Second time: Put the student in a breakout room to speak with an instructor one on one - Third time: Kicked or temporarily banned from the Minecraft server or document until the teacher deems the behavior is corrected Any warnings will be communicated to the student’s parent/guardian. Please note that the Minecraft server may also be temporarily turned off while students are doing other tasks (such as writing or discussing).
Students will need to download Minecraft Java Edition on the computer and Zoom. They will also need a microphone and a camera for video communication.
Playful Digital Learningcollaborative, creative, and tech-infused learning
387 total reviews
1125 completed classes
Playful Digital Learning consists of people with a passion for teaching, gaming, and technology. We strive to inspire creativity, model reflection, and empower students to learn through play. We offer an educational environment that fuels...