Teen Minecraft Nights: Java 1.20 Edition Gaming Hour
Artful Gaming with Maryam Awan, NBCC/Gamer/Artist
NEW PRICE! Wow, this server is poppin'! Join us as we vibe on our private server where teens chill with like-minded kids their age, to not only build structures but build a strong Social Minecraft Community as well.
**Before enrolling please note that Usernames/Gamer Handles will be seen by other learners enrolled. At times gamer handles/usernames may have to be shared with the teacher to connect to each private server to participate in a specific game or class. Upon enrolling in any "Artful Gaming with Maryam Awan" classes, families are giving consent for their learners to participate in classes where gamer handles will be used and referred to by the educator and learners in class for class purposes...
What Are Optional Personal Learning Goals? Learners have the freedom to explore and set individual and personal goals. Some of these may be: 1. Encouraging creativity and project planning 2. Reinforcing problem-solving skills 3. Logic skills 4. Teamwork and communication 5. Reinforces social skills 6. Resource management 7. Patience and perseverance 8. Respectful Communication 9. Collaboration 10. Idea Sharing 11. Self Confidence 12. Public Speaking 13. Empathy 14. How to celebrate the talents of oneself and others through Artistic Confidence 15. Learning that everyone makes mistakes and how to learn from and correct them
Credentials and Experience: National Board Certified Counselor (10+Years) School Counselor (10+ Years) MFA Community Agency Counseling MFA School Counseling BFA Art and Animation University of the Arts, Philadelphia Bullying Prevention Specialist (7 Years) Character Development Educator (15 Years) Art Teacher (9 Years) Performance Art Teacher (7 years) PBL Educator (9 Years) Destination Imagination Team Manager: Global Finalists, State, and Regional Champs (4 Years) Working Artist Graphic Novel Author Graphic Novel Art Director
Materials Needed: **Java Edition 1.20 is needed to access this class. Please update your devices before enrolling to see if access to the latest Java Edition is possible as some older devices are unable to connect.** Players will need to have access to the Java Edition of Minecraft. Players will need to access the Outschool Classroom and the game simultaneously throughout gameplay and may need more than one device to do so. ******************************************** A Note About Technology and Troubleshooting During This Class Before enrolling in this session please be aware that this is not a tech class. This is a heavily “kid-powered” Life Skills and Social Class. Out of respect for all learners and families, very little time is allotted to assist in connection/technology issues. This includes most components of online/group gaming, mics issues, headphone issues, Zoom, Wifi connections, and all components of online/group gaming. Learners and their families: *Must* have a basic knowledge of the technology and devices used in each individual home. Due to the wide variety of devices and technology, the teacher holds no responsibility for the troubleshooting or tech support of learners who have difficulties connecting to the games/servers used in this class. Families are welcome to do research during class to help their learners troubleshoot when tech issues arise during class. If a learner or family experiences sound, mic, and issues related to Zoom the teacher may be able to assist. If the teacher cannot help efficiently please reach out to Outschool Support. *Must* know how to access and effectively use and/or add the private servers and/or online games used in this class. Please do research and work with your learner *before* class on how to connect with the teacher with usernames if needed, connect to/add private servers if necessary, type in-game codes if needed, and all components of online gaming. Many of these gaming classes are high-energy, social, and move quickly. Out of the respect for all learners who are here to game, practice life skills, and socialize, in-class time cannot be spent on extensive tech support and troubleshooting. That being said, we sometimes have helpful learners in our groups. As part of the life skills component, they may be invited to exercise their leadership skills to assist with tech to the extent of their knowledge. Please note, the teacher or learners are in no way responsible for conducting extensive tech support. *Must* understand that at times learners and families will experience server and in-game technical issues which are out of the teacher’s control. Additionally, to the ones listed above, other tech issues include learners disconnecting from games or servers and learners unable to connect/re-connect to servers due to unforeseen circumstances. *Must* understand that during a loss in a game and/or disconnection issues some learners may have to wait for one game to end before joining another round. Wait times vary as some games may take longer at times to conclude depending on the number of players and skill levels. *Must* be aware that out of respect of learners and their families and in order to preserve the security and safety of all learners class recordings are only shared with the Outschool Trust and Safety Teams. All Class Recording Requests will be denied. *Must* be aware that the “mute all” button is used at times when gaming. Please remind your learner that if they are not heard they may be muted or have mic issues. Learners are free to unmute when they are able and when mute is not required for the game. Also, note if a learner does not get a reply from other learners or the teacher there may be tech issues involved where the learner was not heard. Some learners are more soft-spoken and may need to increase their mic volumes when speaking. Another option is to use in-game chat when available. If a learner does not get a response they may also use Zoom Chat to connect with the teacher.
Not an official Minecraft product. Not approved or associated with Mojang.
Meet the teacher
What separates Maryam Awan’s gaming classes from others? Let’s face it; teens get the short end of the stick. While children 12 and under have endless ways of socializing, teens are far too often clumped together with kids younger than them...
1x per week
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(63)
Completed by 393 learners
Live video meetings
5-18 learners per class
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