SUMMER CAMPS are running from the week of May 28th through the week of July 29th 2024

Minecraft Modding

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About Course

In this coding-centric Minecraft program, campers will approach a variety of in-game problems that require a mod (game modification) to overcome. Make chickens rain from the sky to distract the baddies and construct your own Minecraft car to drive through your world. Even Minecraft veterans will love our fully integrated modding interface that can be opened and used directly in the game itself. Our brand-new educational version of Minecraft is perfect for beginners and long-time players alike, stuffed to the brim with tutorials, late-game extensions, and quality-of-life features not found in mainstream Minecraft. Best of all, our campers will be playing on private servers with just the other kids in the room.  No Minecraft account is necessary to attend.

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What Will You Learn?

  • Basic Minecraft game mechanics and skills
  • How to "Mod" or add your own custom code to your Minecraft game

Course Content

This section is designed to get instructors up to speed on the credentials they'll need for the camp, lesson plans and camp objectives, and tips to make running the camp easier. Lesson 4 of this section introduces instructors to the two applications used in this camp: Minecraft Education and Classroom Mode for Minecraft. This video outlines how to sign in and synch these two applications, and how to manage the students in a multiplayer world.

  • Lesson 01: Camp Overview and Schedule
  • Lesson 02: Instructor Credentials
  • Lesson 03: Instructor Overview and Learning Objectives
  • Lesson 04: Instructor Course Tips
  • Lesson 05: Instructor Log In and Connecting Classroom Mode

In this section, students will learn the ground rules of Minecraft camp. They'll receive Minecraft credentials, log in, and begin a series of student tutorials on game mechanics and simple coding or modding tasks.

In this section, students will continue modding Minecraft, and will complete "Super Powers" tutorials (including "Flower Trail") which will give their player super powers.

In this section, students will learn how to automate building tasks in Minecraft by controlling a robotic agent.

In this section, students will write mod code relating to their position within the Minecraft world.

In this section, students will use what they have learned in previous lessons to code a custom Minecraft mod.

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