Engineering and Design in Minecraft
Program Dates/Times: June 3rd-7th (9am-12pm) | Open to rising 5th-8th Graders, ages 11-14.
- Starts Jun 3Starts Jun 3
- 50 US dollars$50
- PAST Innovation Lab
About this Program
Participants will embark on a journey that combines the captivating realm of Minecraft with the principles of manufacturing and design thinking. With hands-on activities, collaborative challenges, and guided projects, students will develop essential skills while having a blast. Program Highlights: 1. Minecraft Engineering: Participants will explore the virtual landscapes of Minecraft and discover the fundamentals of engineering. From constructing intricate structures to designing ingenious machines, and applying engineering principles in a fun and interactive way. 2. Design Thinking: Learn the art of design thinking by tackling real-world problems within the Minecraft universe. Develop problem-solving skills and create solutions that combine innovation with practicality. 3. Resource Management: Delve into the concept of resource management and sustainable practices in both Minecraft and the real world. Discover how smart decisions and planning can lead to efficient manufacturing and a healthier environment. 4. Team Collaboration: Collaborate with fellow Minecraft enthusiasts on exciting team projects. Build, create, and problem-solve together while honing communication and teamwork abilities. 5. Creative Manufacturing: Turn virtual designs into reality through imaginative manufacturing techniques. Explore crafting, automation, and more as you bring ideas to life within the game. 6. Showcase and Celebration: At the end of the program, celebrate all the participant's achievements with a showcase event displaying all the Minecraft creations and share the design process with friends and family. Please Note: Students will be using Minecraft Java & Bedrock Edition. Logins will be provided by PAST during programming along with all other components to participate. You will receive an email a week prior to the start of the program with information regarding location, paperwork, drop off and pick up time, along with the culminating program presentation information. Program sold out? You can register to be on our waitlist. We will notify you if and when a spot opens up!
Minimum Registration Requirement: If registration for a program offering is less than the minimum number (10), the program will not be offered at that time. Registration cancellations and requests for refunds must be made via phone call or email. PAST must cancellation requests no later than 30 days prior to the first day of the event/program. After the above deadline, no refunds of any type, including no-shows, are given. Any fees associated with a credit card payment will be assessed before submitting a refund. Requests may be e-mailed to email@example.com or mailed to 1003 Kinnear Road, Columbus, OH, and must include the following information: - Registrant's name and email address - Event/program name and date(s) Extraordinary Circumstance: Exception to the rules above — Refunds may be granted if a registrant is unable to attend the event/program due to a family death, or other extraordinary circumstance. In such a circumstance, please contact PAST by email with the specifics of the situation. A review shall be conducted by PAST management. Decision on whether approval was granted shall be emailed to the requestor. PAST reserves the right to modify this Cancellation/Refund Policy at its discretion. Any such revision or change will be binding and effective immediately after posting of the revised Cancellation/Refund Policy on our website. Contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PAST Innovation Lab
Past Foundation, Kinnear Road, Columbus, OH, USA