Morning of Minecraft RSVP
What is "Morning of Minecraft"? It's a chance to just come together for a few hours on a Saturday morning and try playing Minecraft for educational purposes. We can subdivide into groups of newbies and more experienced folks. We can have more than one server running for people to try new things. We can help people learn, but everyone gets to play.
This event is intended for adults. There is no guarantee of supervision for children. If a child is present, the adult who brought said child is fully responsible for him or her, and must be within close proximity to the child at all times. That having been said, if your kid can teach any of us more about Minecraft and is generally well-behaved, that could be a good thing.
Each individual person planning to attend our event needs to fill in this form. We need to know how many people will be there, as well as a few other things. THANKS!
WHEN: 8:00 AM to 12:00 noon on Saturday, April 26, 2014
WHERE: Nichols Hall, The Harker School, 500 Saratoga Avenue, San Jose, CA 95129
What's your last name?
What's your first name?
Where do you teach/work?
What is your occupation, as it regards Minecraft use?
IT (support) or instructional technology (pedagogy) leader
District-level administrator or similar
How would you rate your own experience with playing (or closely watching someone else play) Minecraft?
Could teach others
Please share what you're hoping to get out of "Morning of Minecraft."
Important Info about Devices
There is no way to predict who will attend this event and how much they know about the various versions of Minecraft for different devices. Assume that people will be able to help you play on a laptop. You might be just figuring it out on your own (or in small groups) on other devices.
Which type(s) of devices will you be bringing with you to the event?
(Please note: we will only be able to play on shared servers using laptop computers.)
Windows laptop (make sure your Java is up to date)
Mac laptop (make sure your Java is up to date)
iPad or iPad Mini
Gaming device that runs Minecraft
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