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Minecraft: Academic Esports Club - STEMfinity
  • SKU: MCD-CLUB-MC

Minecraft: Academic Esports Club

$2,995.00

Minecraft: Academic Esports Club - Academic Year License

  • Grades: 3-8
  • Skill Level: Beginner-Intermediate
  • Number of Students: Up to 40
  • Number of Modules: 8
  • Additional Documents: FlyerCamps & Clubs Catalog

NOTE: Please allow for 2-3 weeks of lead time between the time of purchase and the start of your class, club, or camp.

 

About

Join MasteryCoding for 3 days of Minecraft gameplay and workshops, where campers will create buildings, machines, and factories while learning about computer science logic, the engineering field, and how to create contraptions using Minecraft’s extensive engineering tools!

 

 

 

Topics Covered

Leadership and critical thinking skills
  • Communication, Cooperation, and Collaboration: The art of listening and leading
  • Mock-elections, policy-making, and decisions that affect others
  • Develop deductive reasoning and problem-solving skills through engaging gameplay
History and citizenship
  • Types of Governance: Monarchies, democracies, and more!
  • How Societies Emerge: Introduction to Anthropology
  • Work together and inspire others to accomplish a common goal
Government structures
  • How different forms of government function
  • Core principles of social contract and law
  • Introduction to checks and balances

 

Cross-Disciplinary Connections

  • Students study the history of human societies and implement them into their gameplay to better understand cooperation and organization.
  • Students learn new methods of overcoming challenges and displaying social awareness to become a better member of their in-game societies.
  • Students discover the core fundamentals of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics to create awesome builds and contraptions for their game.

 

STEAM Connections

Science
  • Students gain insight into ideas of empirical testing that they apply to the sociological game and real life
Technology
  • Students learn the history of technology and how it affected societies in their times to better understand the potentials impacts of modern and future technologies on our current society
Engineering
  • Students find out about the great feats of human engineering as well as the wonders of the world so that they can design & construct amazing structures within their own societies
Art
  • Students understand forms of communication, creative expression, and cooperation so that they can create strong ties and a stable society
Math
  • Students constantly perform simple arithmetic and calculations as they build, travel, and organize throughout the world

 

SEL Competencies

Self-Awareness
  • Students gradually recognize their own strengths, preferences, and values through their roles in SocietyCraft and translate this to the real world to develop themselves and later serve as an effective participant in a community.
Self-Management
  • Students improve their ability to recognize the emotions of others and themselves through in-game interactions, and thus form strategies for the real world to handle such emotions in a positive & constructive manner.
Social Awareness
  • Students place themselves in the shoes of others who come from a myriad of backgrounds different from their society, and are able to act with empathy for others
Responsible Decision Making
  • Students understand there being consequences for immoral actions, such as harming other player characters, and learn how to act accordingly based on ideas such as ethics, safety, and well-being of others
Relationship Skills
  • Students build and maintain healthy relationships with other players through community, cooperation, trade, and peacefully resolving conflict

 

Virtual Camp Requirements:

  • Minecraft Bedrock Edition
  • Supported Devices: Windows 10, iOS and Android only
  • Zoom Video Conferencing
  • Reliable Internet connection