Teaching Some Minecraft
I’m interested in playing Minecraft with the good folks of #netnarr. Does anyone share my interest?
Here’s what I’m thinking.
Since we are studying digital alchemy, I want to focus on this as it relates to Minecraft. Specifically, I’m thinking about playing with the objective of exploring both the potion brewing and enchanting built into Minecraft. (I’ve still not fully explored the potion brewing beyond a couple recipes, so this would be new content for me.) Anyways, here’s an outline of the goals checklist I was thinking about:
Additionally, I was thinking that we should stream our #netnarr Minecraft adventures using Twitch (or YouTube live, etc.). That way we can include more of the #netnarr community in our adventures as everyone may not want to play but may still be interested in watching and chatting. This is also a “two birds with one stone” situation though because the act of “live streaming” is another tool in the digital alchemists tool belt that we haven’t discussed yet. In other words, not only am I interested in furthering Minecraft and game literacies, but I’m also eager to explore live streaming and other digital literacies skills.
Here’s an outline of those (learning) goals:
Whether you are comfortable playing Minecraft or live streaming video from a computer, this is an opportunity to learn more about these domains because I’m happy to teach both topics (and learn together if I don’t know all the answers). Anyways, if you are interested in this, please fill out this form so I can get an sense of how many people might want to play or watch digital alchemy in Minecraft:
If there is enough interest, we will do this! If not, no worries. 🙂
PS. I like taking the digital of “Digital Alchemy” to the extreme. This idea was inspired while I was writing my previous post.