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Let's Play Core Keeper! A Video Gaming Social Club (13-18, Ongoing)

Heidi Lathrem, MA: Homesteading/Farm & Video Games
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(588)
Weekly after school space for gamers to play in a common Core! Work together to design, progress, explore, adventure, fish, farm, mine and craft in this video game. Similar to Terraria, Stardew Valley, Minecraft (afterschool)

Class experience

Students will extend their love of gaming into also practicing social skills, discussion, teamwork, and vicariously learning real-life takeaways through shared experiences in the Core Keeper video game.
A long-time gamer, I have over 375 hours of experience in this game, although it's only been available via early access since March, 2022. I look forward to learning and advising as much as I can while guiding learners through co-op play as the game continues to be developed and change.
Learners need to have their own copy of Core Keeper, the video game.
Currently Core Keeper is only available on PC (through Steam), and learners DO need to have their own copy of the game. Core Keeper is an indie adventure pixel RPG still in early access along the lines of Terraria or Stardew Valley. Players adventure in a cavern to find materials, garden, explore, craft, and fight monsters.  

Co-op codes will change every week and be provided upon the start of each class session so that learners can join the group game. The teacher will share a co-op code, which should minimize any personal information shared by learners (such as gamer handles). However, please talk to your learner about cyber security and what should or should not be shared during class (i.e. what names they choose for their characters). This class may use breakout rooms to allow learners to co-op play with others or chat about certain games in smaller groups. In the event breakout rooms are used, the teacher will alternate among rooms to moderate and keep on track, as well as being in game with learners.

Since this class is about meeting together to play cooperatively, learners will need to use teamwork to accomplish common goals and purposes. Learners are asked to give at least as much as they take. Learners who use up excessive resources, destroy or remove items, unleash enemies in inappropriate places, and otherwise intentionally work against the common good or goals (i.e. "griefing") may be removed from the session or the class after verbal warning.
Learners need to have their own copy of Core Keeper, the video game.
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(588)
Bringing the practical to the digital.

Hello. My name is Heidi. I've been homesteading for two decades, and homeschooling as long as I've had a school-age kid. I think that learning happens both intentionally and experientially, and there is... 
Group Class


1x per week
50 min

Completed by 4 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 13-18
2-7 learners per class

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