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Hour of Code Minecraft: A tale of two villages, Ages 8+
Use basic coding concepts to bring two villages together in this one-hour activity in Minecraft: Education Edition. Players will experience empathy and compassion for their neighbors, learn about cooperation and inclusion, and practice social-emotional skills.
By the end of the workshop, students will have:
Understood the importance and benefits of diversity, including the role of diversity and inclusion in a community
Understood bias and recognize how it may cause harm
Created coding solutions that include sequences, iteration, and loops
Decomposed (break down) the steps needed to solve a problem into a precise sequence of instructions
Iterated on coding solutions to complete a task
For the best experience, download Minecraft Education Edition before the workshop starts. To do this, help your student go to the website https://education.minecraft.net/content/minecraft-edu/language-masters/en-us/get-started/download.html and in Step one: Set up Minecraft: Education Edition, select the appropriate download for your device. You do not need an account to do this workshop. Please use Edge or Chrome Internet browsers to join the workshop.
You will receive an email confirmation containing a Microsoft Teams link to join the workshop. Please check your spam folder as the confirmation email may end up there.
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