MINECRAFT 101 CAMP

Session 1 - August 15-16, 2019
Session 2 - August 20-21, 2019

Montana State University in Bozeman


For students entering grades 4-7 in fall 2019

Applications available March 27, 2019

Applications due May 10, 2019

Two girls participating in Minecraft 101 with computer

About

In partnership with MSU Departments of Education, Electrical/Computer Engineering, Physics, and the Montana Engineering Education Research Center (MEERC), we will be offering two, FREE 2-day summer camps.

The introductionto Minecraft camp will focus on an introduction to the Minecraft gaming platform and how it can be used to explore science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) concepts.

Minecraft is an exciting, engaging, and flexible tool that engages students’ spatial skills, creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills.  Each day, students will be led through a series of workshops where they craft their own world by completing a series of design challenges. Applicants need to know that this is a camp designed for Minecraft beginners.

 

Camp Dates

Dates for 2019 are August 15-16 for session one, and August 20-21 for session two. At time of application, we are not able to determine which camp your student will be assigned. However, you will be asked to provide a preferred date. Again, we cannot guarantee that your child will be assigned to your preferred dates, so you are encouraged to only apply if both sets of dates fit your schedule.

Cost: Free

Computers set up for Minecraft 101There will be no fee or tuition for participants as this project is funded National Science Foundation. Travel to and from the camp in Bozeman is not provided.

How to Apply

To attend the Minecraft 101 camp, a student must be entering grades 4-7 in the fall of 2019.

Online applications will be available March 27, 2019.  If you need a version to print, please contact our office at 406-994-6550 or continuinged@montana.edu.

Sponsors

Hosted by MSU Departments of Education, Electrical/Computer Engineering, Physics, and the Montana Engineering Education Research Center (MEERC), and funded by the National Science Foundation.

For More Information

Please direct questions to Nicole Soll at nicole.soll1@montana.edu or 406-994-6633.