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When students finish Intro to Redstone Logic in Minecraft they will have learned:
- Basics of redstone and its various components
- Redstone logic that can be used in and beyond the Minecraft game
- How redstone logic can be applied to real world programming
- Day 1 – Redstone Basics
In this first lesson, students begin to understand the basics of redstone components. This includes how to activate, position, and extend redstone blocks. By the end of this lesson, students will have built a fort that has redstone-powered traps to protect against mobs!
- Day 2 – The Redstone Comparator
In this lesson, students to learn more about the redstone comparator, a redstone component used to maintain, compare, or subtract signal strength, or to measure certain block states. They’ll create projects such as a chest fullness detector and fireworks machine. This helps students better understand the uses of comparators, and how they can improve their Minecraft experience.
- Day 3 – Basics of Logic Gates
In this lesson, we introduce logic gates using Redstone components. Students will create multiple different versions of locking doors using daylight detectors, lecterns, and levers. They will also implement logic gates such as the AND gate and the OR gate in order to make these doors more secure.
- Day 4 – Advanced Redstone Logic Gates
In this lesson, students build on their experience with logic gates by building bigger, more advanced ones. They will create exciting projects, which include a TNT trap, available room detector, and an upgraded daylight door. These more advanced logic gates include the NOR, NAND, and XOR gates.
- Day 5 – Working with Command Blocks
In this final lesson, students begin to use command blocks to make a monster gauntlet. They learn basic commands to summon monsters into their game and change some game settings. They will also learn about the different types of command blocks and how they can help make exciting mini-games!
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Where are camps held?
Log in from your home and you will be connected to a live teacher in a secure online classroom. No driving for you!
What happens after my child finishes camp?
Once you finish a 1-week camp, you can continue in the core track based on your child’s age.
Choose from a 3-week accelerated course or 12-week year round course. These courses are just as fun as our camps and give students a strong foundation of programming knowledge while teaching students how to think like a programmer.
What is required to attend Minecraft camp?
Student requirements include all of our standard technical recommendations.
In addition to our default recommendations, students are also required to purchase and install a copy of Minecraft for the PC before the start of the first session if a copy is not already owned. Students should already be familiar with the basics Minecraft. Students should be familiar with PC specific controls prior to the start of the first session.
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