Coding & Tech
Mining Club: Minecraft
My writing students have asked for time to share their Minecraft worlds, share their knowledge, and ask peers for advice. This club allows the time and space needed for such an interactive club. Students will play Minecraft as they share.
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Once per week
learners per class
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Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
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This club was requested by some of my writing students and they hope many other students will join in. We will play Minecraft as we take turns sharing screens, giving advice, and asking questions. Students will gain new ideas, information, and strategies from their peers. I will help students learn the social rules of interacting and sharing in a virtual club. Social rules vary by the situation. This is a great way for gamers to increase their social skills. Club members will make many...
This club provides socialization around a common interest. Students will learn the social rules of interacting and sharing in a club through authentic interactions with my guidance.
I am a certified preschool through 9th-grade teacher with a Master's in Education. My writing students have asked to share and discuss Minecraft with their peers and me. I enjoy playing Minecraft which helps me facilitate conversations. I have lead many social skill groups and clubs online and in person. YouTube is very popular and anyone can learn great tricks on it. Playing Minecraft in a club is different though. People interact and socialize differently than YouTubers. It is a great way to learn gaming social skills.
Students do not need to share their Minecraft worlds. They can join the conversation and activities.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Many students will share their survival worlds. They will show off structures they made, mods, and inventories. I will allow students to show different levels of destruction as a way to show off their creations. Some students enjoy sharing their Minecraft screen names with each other. Please speak with your child before the club meets so your child knows if they are allowed to share their screen names. Sharing screen names allows students to play Minecraft together during class and outside of class.
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